The Land is Our History: Indigeneity, Law, and the Settler State.
Miranda Johnson’s The Land is Our History turns its gaze to a formative time in recent history for the development of indigenous peoples’ status as “indigenous” and new settler state identities. Johnson examines some of the legal strategies engaged by indigenous peoples and their advocates in Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and Canada from the early 1970s to the mid-1990s to advance their land rights and other claims.
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