As an indigene
of Morocco, is this an urgent cultural conversation for both you and Koyo Kouoh?
Environment Minister Greg Hunt announced on July 2 that Gregory Andrews would be the new commissioner as part of a CSIRO-backed review of the terrible health of the indigene
Originally published 2007 as Le Defi indigene
, entre spectacle et politique]
L'interpretation de Pentland est maintenant depassee--nous savons aujourd'hui qu'une classe ouvriere indigene
etait deja en formation avant et en meme temps que l'arrivee de l'immigration irlandaise--mais l'importance des travailleurs qui construisirent avec pelle et pic les grands canaux demeure primordiale.
Ghana's Vice-President, John Dramani Mahama--an indigene
of northern Ghana and one of the key proponents of the SADA initiative--expressed optimism: "When the airport is converted to an international airport, it will open up the savannah region by making it a major export hub for agricultural produce and other commodities.
In reclaiming what is stolen by the colonizer, it is important that the indigene
gains a starting point for creating/recreating his/her identity; Jana Evans Braziel addresses this search for origins in "'Another line was born .
See, for example, a letter from the Minister of War to the Minister of Agriculture, published in the national press, praising Rondon and the SPI for effecting the "incorporation of the indigene
into Brazilian society" and the "victory of civilization over those Indians who live segregated from us in the backlands of Brazil.
One of the most revealing contexts for the fur trade writer's exploration of the self and society is that of the indigene
George rehearses concisely the political, cognitive, and cultural disfigurement and displacement of the Indigene
, singling out "history textbooks .
In his critical work Fear and Temptation: The Image of the Indigene
in Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand Literatures, Terry Goldie outlines the settler's problem: "The white Canadian looks at the Indian.
Le livre et sa critique, particulierement pertinents pour la formation des etudiants d'histoire, n'abordent que tres peu la question indigene
In his 1989 work, Fear and Temptation: The Image of the Indigene
in Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Literatures, (1) Terry Goldie describes the dilemma of the Canadian settler: