For most indigenous groups globally, their lands and territories are inextricably tied to their ontological propositions about the world and their epistemic practices with regard to the world. Land is interwoven with history, memory, belief, practice and subjectivity. In this volume, we expand the discussion around indigenous peoples and land and argue that in many places in the larger forested nation-states of Oceania, forests are also life.
|Place of Publication||Canberra|
|Number of pages||237|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|