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Being Maasai, becoming indigenous [electronic resource] : postcolonial politics in a neoliberal world /

Dorothy L. Hodgson.

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Main Author: Hodgson, Dorothy Louise.
Published: Bloomington [Ind.] : Indiana University Press, 2011.
Topics: Maasai (African people) - Tanzania - Politics and government. | Indigenous peoples - Africa - Politics and government. | Indigenous peoples - Tanzania - Politics and government. | Identity politics - Africa. | Identity politics - Tanzania. | Non-governmental organizations - Political aspects - Africa. | Non-governmental organizations - Political aspects - Tanzania. | Neoliberalism - Social aspects - Africa. | Neoliberalism - Social aspects - Tanzania.
Regions: Africa - Social conditions - 1960- | Tanzania - Social conditions - 1964-
Genres: Electronic books.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aIntroduction : positionings--the cultural politics of representation, recognition, resources, and rights -- Becoming indigenous in Africa -- Maasai NGOs, the Tanzanian state, and the politics of indigeneity -- Precarious alliances -- Repositionings : from indigenous rights to pastoralist livelihoods -- "If we had our cows" : community perspectives on the challenge of change -- Conclusion : what do you want?
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