Gender, Property and Politics in the Pacific

Gender, Property and Politics in the Pacific

Who Speaks for Land?

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

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1. Grounding debates about land: gender inequality, property and the state; 2. Navigating custom, church and state: property, territory and authority in the protectorate era; 3. Chiefs, Priests and Vuluvulu: selective recognition and the simplification of authority in Marovo Lagoon; 4. From Taovia to Trustee: land disputes, insecurity and authority in Kakabona; 5. 'Land is our mother': ethno-territorial conflict and state formation; 6. Women speak for land: disrupting and re-forming property and authority.