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Science, Colonialism, and Indigenous Peoples


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Part I. Biocolonialism as Imperial Science: 1. Imperialism then and now; 2. Indigenous knowledge, power and responsibilities; 3. Value-neutrality and value-bifurcation: the cultural politics of science; Part II. The Human Genome Diversity Project: A Case Study: 4. The rhetoric of research justification; 5. Indigenist critiques of biocolonialism; Part III. Legitimation: The Rule and Role of Law: 6. The commodification of knowledge; 7. Intellectual property rights as means and mechanism of imperialism; 8. Transforming sovereignties; Conclusions: the politics of knowledge: resistance and recovery.

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Examines how contemporary relations between indigenous and Western nations are shaped by the dynamics of power, the politics of property, and the apologetics of law.

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Laurelyn Whitt is a Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Integrated Studies at Utah Valley University. She has also held visiting appointments at the Department of Maori Studies, University of Auckland; the Department of Science and Technology Studies, Cornell University; the University of Notre Dame Law School; and Osgoode Hall Law School. Professor Whitt is the co-author of The Bitter Fruit of American Justice (along with Alan W. Clarke) and the author of Interstices, a collection of poetry that won the 2005 Holland Poetry Prize.

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