1 edition of Tribal constitutionalism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -264) and index.
|LC Classifications||K3247 .G68 2010|
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|Pagination||xxii, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||2010941768|
Kirsty Gover’s Tribal Constitutionalism: States Tribes and the Governance of Membership is the more academic of the two and it makes an important contribution to the literature, not least Author: Tim Rowse. TRIBAL CONSTITUTIONALISM: STATES, TRIBES AND THE GOVERNANCE OF MEMBERSHIP by KIRSTY GOVER TRIBAL CONSTITUTIONALISM: STATES, TRIBES AND THE GOVERNANCE OF MEMBERSHIP by KIRSTY GOVER ROWSE, TIM reasonable willingness to see the term `indigenous' as relational and as essentially contestable. However, it is the .
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Tribal Constitutionalism presents findings from a comparative study of nearly eight hundred current and historic tribal constitutions, most of which are not in the public domain. Kirsty Gover examines the strategies adopted by tribes and states to deal with the new legal distinction between indigenous people (defined by settler governments) and Cited by: In settler societies, tribal self-governance creates a legal distinction between indigeneity (defined by settler governments) and tribal membership (defined by tribes).
Many legally indigenous persons are not tribal members, and some tribal members are not legally indigenous. This book considers the membership rules included in the constitutions and membership codes of nearly recognized Author: Kirsty Gover.
Tribal Constitutionalism presents findings from a comparative study of nearly eight hundred current and historic tribal constitutions, most of which are not in the public domain.
Kirsty Gover examines the strategies adopted by tribes and states to deal with the new legal distinction between indigenous people (defined by settler governments) and. Tribal Constitutionalism States, Tribes, and the Governance of Membership Kirsty Gover.
Uses new empirical data to provide a comprehensive study of non-public tribal constitutions in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand; Provides an organized and Tribal constitutionalism book evaluated overview of the current body of scholarship that deals with.
Kirsty Gover, in her book Tribal Constitutionalism: States, Tribes and the Governance of Membership, confronts this definitional conflict head on, but in a surprising twist, advocates that post-colonial governments should have more of a role in determining Indigenous identity.
Get this from a library. Tribal constitutionalism: states, tribes, and the governance of membership. [Kirsty Gover] -- This is a critical analysis of current political and sociolegal theories of tribalism and indigeneity which draws upon legal doctrine, policy, demographic data, and tribal practice to provide a.
Tribal constitutionalism generates a new legal and political distinction between indigeneity and tribal membership. This book considers the consequences of the distinction, including the frictions and uncertainties it creates, and examines the strategies adopted by Author: Kirsty Gover.
Use new empirical data to provide a comprehensive study of membership criteria of tribal constitutions in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Provides an organised and critically evaluated overview of the current body of scholar.
Get this from a library. Tribal constitutionalism: states, tribes, and the governance of membership. [Kirsty Gover] -- "Recognized tribes are increasingly prominent players in settler state governance, but in the wide-ranging debates about tribal self-governance, little has been said about tribal self-constitution.
Book Review: Tribal Constitutionalism: States, Tribes, and the Governance of Membership, by Kirsty Gover. Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Dec Author: Emily Snyder.
Tribal constitutionalism, then, requires that a formal member–non‐member boundary be extracted from the cultural practices of tribal communities. Membership rules that appear to be indeterminate, inchoate, or otherwise inaccessible to outsiders are unlikely to survive the claims process.
They include rules permitting a high degree of Author: Kirsty Gover. Tribal Constitutionalism is based on a large-scale empirical study of the membership laws of tribal communities in Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the United States. The book is an inter-disciplinary and comparative work that contributes a concept of the tribal "self" to debates about indigenous self-determination and self-governance.
TRIBAL CONSTITUTIONALISM The CCCS and CREEL are co-hosting the launch of Kirsty Gover’s book: Tribal Constitutionalism: States Tribes and the Governance of Membership (OUP, ) on Tuesday 5 April at 6pm. The book launch will be opened by Professor Carolyn Evans, Dean, Melbourne Law School, with an introduction by Professor Jeremy Webber.
TRIBAL CONSTITUTIONALISM: STATES, TRIBES AND THE GOVERNANCE OF MEMBERSHIP by KIRSTY GOVER (Oxford: Oxford University Press,pp., £50,00) Owing nothing to older usage in anthropology, the term 'tribe' now refers to legal entities with important functions in the post-colonial governance of settler colonial societies.
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Kirsty Gover’s Tribal Constitutionalism: States Tribes and the Governance of Membership is the more academic of the two and it makes an important contribution to the literature, not least because Gover bases her account on a large, empirical study of tribal membership codes from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States.
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This site is like a library, Use search. Using tribal membership criteria as a starting point, this book provides a critical analysis of current political and sociolegal theories of tribalism and indigeneity, and draws on legal doctrine, policy, demographic data and tribal practice to provide a comparative evaluation of tribal membership governance in the western settler states.
Tribal Government Today, Revised Edition Revised, Subsequent Edition Though they do not say so directly, the authors' guiding light is really the Federalist Papers: constitutionalism, a separation of powers, legitimacy and effective leadership are all important in governance.
One might criticize this stance as a form of intellectual 5/5(2). An enrolled Turtle Mountain Chippewa, Richotte writes,“Turtle Mountain’s story offers a useful foundation that widens our understanding of constitutionalism throughout Indian Country.” Richotte employs an innovative approach to write his book.The previously published essays selected by editor John R.
Wunder for volume two of this six book series take up the legal, political, and economic issues of Native American sovereignty at the critical moment of the Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock United States Supreme Court decision (treated in volume one). In his brief introduction to volume two, Wunder describes the period from to as Author: Jill Norgren.In the settler states, recognition of indigenous peoples has traditionally proceeded on one of two models: the race model (prioritizing indigenous ancestry) and the nation model (prioritizing tribal membership).
This chapter suggests that both models are inadequate, because neither acknowledges inter-indigenous recognition. By reference to tribal constitutions and codes, it shows that many.