45 min

Episode 4 – Non-Indigenous Understandings of Land Indigenous Land Rights and Reconciliation Podcast – CFRC Podcast Network

    • Social Sciences

This

episode’s discussion focuses on largely Western ideas regarding the ontology of

land and the relationships between people, the state, and the land, offering a

critical perspective on the dominant and colonial approaches to land which have

historically guided our understandings of land and land rights.







Featuring:







* Alejandra Mancilla (University of

Oslo) “A Continent of and for Whiteness? “White” Colonialism and the

1959 Antarctic Treaty” * Kerstin Reibold (UiT: Arctic

University of Norway) “The Cultural and Historical Perspective of Welfare

Egalitarianism”* Margaret Moore (Queen’s University) “Indigenous

Land Rights and State Territorial Rights”

This

episode’s discussion focuses on largely Western ideas regarding the ontology of

land and the relationships between people, the state, and the land, offering a

critical perspective on the dominant and colonial approaches to land which have

historically guided our understandings of land and land rights.







Featuring:







* Alejandra Mancilla (University of

Oslo) “A Continent of and for Whiteness? “White” Colonialism and the

1959 Antarctic Treaty” * Kerstin Reibold (UiT: Arctic

University of Norway) “The Cultural and Historical Perspective of Welfare

Egalitarianism”* Margaret Moore (Queen’s University) “Indigenous

Land Rights and State Territorial Rights”

45 min