Alternative Models of Knowledge as a Critique of Epistemic Power Structures (SOC 1/2017)
Sociologus (SOC), Band 67, Heft 1
2017. S. 1–123.
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Inhaltsübersicht

Anna Meiser
Alternative Models of Knowledge as a Critique of Epistemic Power Structures – Introduction

Carmen Grimm
Reformulating Development? Models of Indigenous Knowledge in International Development

Volker von Bremen
Indigenous Deals – Cosmologies Negotiated in Environmental and Development Projects

Andrea Scholz
»Wissen teilen« als postkoloniale Museumspraxis – Ein Kooperationsprojekt zwischen der Universidad Nacional Experimental Indígena del Tauca (Venezuela) und dem Ethnologischen Museum Berlin

Katja Rieck
Knowledge / Power in (Post)Colonial India 1870–1920: Indian Political Economy as Counter-Knowledge and the Transformation of the Colonial Order


Book Reviews

Timothy Raeymaekers, Violent Capitalism and Hybrid Identity in the Eastern Congo: Power to the Margins (Thomas Bierschenk)

Brigitta Hauser-Schäublin (ed.), Adat and Indigeneity in Indonesia: Culture and Entitlements between Heteronomy and Self-Ascription (Keebet von Benda-Beckmann)

Gerd Spittler, Anthropologie der Arbeit. Ein ethnographischer Vergleich (Gertraud Seiser)

Michaela Schäuble, Narrating Victimhood. Gender, Religion and the Making of Place in Post-War Croatia (Agnieszka Pasieka)

Hansjörg Dilger / Kristina Dohrn, in Collaboration with International Women Space (eds.), Living in Refugee Camps in Berlin: Women's Perspectives and Experiences (Delia Evelyne Nicoue)

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