A second aspect of Amerindian
Catholicism that appears in the documentation generated by the Seven Years' War is the role of Amerindians
as Catholic evangelists.
Partners: Guyana REDD+ investment Fund, Ministry of Amerindian
Researchers said they would keep trying to determine when the Amerindian
genes first arrived in Iceland and would seek to link them to burial remains in the Americas.
Increasing seroprevalence of human herpesvirus 8 (HHV-8) with age confirms HHV-8 endemicity in Amazon Amerindians
In many ways, Chimalpahin represents the emergence of the Amerindian
writer, a figure who played an active role in both narrating and interpreting from the colonized native perspective the drama of the cultures Spain was subjugating.
To understand the second critique, in effect a form of decolonial critique of practical reason, consider these thoughts posed in the South African context, which, I hope will be evident, has much resonance for the Amerindian
The Guerin case recognized the federal government's fiduciary responsibility towards Amerindians
, a direct consequence of the Crown reserving to itself the right to acquire Amerindian
lands in the Royal Proclamation of 1763.
The ethics of anthropology and Amerindian
research: reporting on environmental degradation and warfare.
GEORGETOWN, Jumada I, 11, 1434, Mar 23, 2013, SPA -- A United Nations agency is urging Guyana to review the practice of granting mining permits and concessions in indigenous communities before obtaining consent from Amerindians
who live there, AP reported.
WaGaNCHe is a fine way to discover the Caribbean's Amerindian
heritage, a heritage too often overlooked, but proudly being reclaimed by descendants of the Ciboney and other aboriginal Antillean peoples and increasingly by others seeking to connect Native North America to the Indigenes of Latin America.
Seeman offers an overview of the relations between Amerindian
and Europeans in the years following the discovery, conquest, and colonization of the Americas, noting that communication, cooperation and exploitation marked the interactions among the peoples of the Atlantic World.
In his 1970 essay, "History, Fable and Myth in the Caribbean and Guianas," Guyanese writer and cultural theorist Wilson Harris argues that religious and cultural practices associated with the colonized peoples of the Caribbean, such as Haitian vodun, the limbo dance associated with Carnival, and the Shamanism of the Amerindian
have been suppressed by both colonial and postcolonial historical discourse.