Before Farming

Kalahari conundrums, James Suzman Before Farming 2002/3_4

Before Farming (2003), 2003, (2), 1–10.

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International Labour Organisation, 1996. Indigenous and Tribal Peoples: A Guide to ILO Convention 169. Geneva: ILO. Google Scholar

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Suzman, J 2001B. An introduction to the regional assessment of the status of the San in southern Africa. Windhoek: Legal Assistance Centre/EU. An introduction to the regional assessment of the status of the San in southern Africa Google Scholar

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Wilmsen, E 1996. First people. Critical Arts Vol 9 no 5. First people Critical Arts 9 Google Scholar

Adams M, Sibanda S & Turner, S 1999. Land tenure reform and rural livelihoods in southern Africa. Natural Resources Perspectives. Number 39, February 1999. Land tenure reform and rural livelihoods in southern Africa Natural Resources Perspectives. Google Scholar

Angula, N 2000. The constitution and the land question. Southern African Political and Economic Monthly 13 (7): 10-11. The constitution and the land question Southern African Political and Economic Monthly 13 10 11 Google Scholar

Barnard, A 2003. !Ke e: /xarra //ke (People who are different coming together): Khoisan imagery in the reconstruction of South African national identity. In Diverse people unite: Two lectures on Khoisan imagery and the state. Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies (Occasional Paper no 94): 6-48. Diverse people unite: Two lectures on Khoisan imagery and the state 6 48 Google Scholar

Barnard, A & Kenrick, J (eds) 2001. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Edinburgh: African Studies Centre, Edinburgh University. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Google Scholar

Béteille, A 1998. The idea of indigenous people. Current Anthropology 39:187 91. The idea of indigenous people Current Anthropology 39 187 Google Scholar

Boonzaier, E & Sharp, JS (eds) 1988. South African keywords: The uses and abuses of political concepts. Cape Town: David Philip. South African keywords: The uses and abuses of political concepts Google Scholar

Cassidy L, Good K, Mazonde I & Rivers, R 2001. An Assessment of the status of the San in Botswana Botswana, Regional assessment of the status of the San in southern Africa, Volume 4. Windhoek: Legal Assistance Centre. Regional assessment of the status of the San in southern Africa 4 Google Scholar

Chanock, M 2000. ‘Culture’ and Human Rights: Orientalising, Occidentalising and Authenticity. In Mamdani, M (ed) Beyond rights talk and culture talk: Comparative essays on the politics of rights and culture. Cape Town: David Philip. Beyond rights talk and culture talk: Comparative essays on the politics of rights and culture Google Scholar

Conklin, BA 2002. Shamans versus pirates in the Amazonian treasure chest. American Anthropologist 104:1050-61. Shamans versus pirates in the Amazonian treasure chest American Anthropologist 104 1050 61 Google Scholar

Dombromski, K 2002. The praxis of indigenism and Alaska native timber politics. American Anthropologist 104:1062-73. The praxis of indigenism and Alaska native timber politics American Anthropologist 104 1062 73 Google Scholar

Ellis, W 2001. Bushman identity, a land claim and the three agendas. In Barnard, A & Kenrick, J (eds) 2001. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Edinburgh: African Studies Centre, Edinburgh University. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Google Scholar

Hodgson, D 2002. Precarious alliances: The cultural politics and structural predicaments of the indigenous rights movement in Tanzania. American Anthropologist 104 (4). Precarious alliances: The cultural politics and structural predicaments of the indigenous rights movement in Tanzania American Anthropologist 104 Google Scholar

Hodgson, D (ed) 2002. Introduction: Comparative perspectives on the indigenous rights movement in Africa and the Americas. American Anthropologist 104 (4). Introduction: Comparative perspectives on the indigenous rights movement in Africa and the Americas American Anthropologist 104 Google Scholar

Igoe, J 2001. Can people become indigenous? Unpublished draft. Google Scholar

International Labour Organisation, 1996. Indigenous and Tribal Peoples: A Guide to ILO Convention 169. Geneva: ILO. Google Scholar

Ingold, T 2000. The perception of the environment: Essays in livelihood, dwelling, and skill. London: Routledge. The perception of the environment: Essays in livelihood, dwelling, and skill Google Scholar

Kuper, A 2003. Return of the native. Current Anthropology 44 (3) 389-402. With comments by K Omura, E Plaice A Ramos, S Robins & J Suzman. Return of the native Current Anthropology 44 389 402 Google Scholar

Mamdani, M 1996. Citizen and subject: Contemporary Africa and the legacy of late colonialism. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Citizen and subject: Contemporary Africa and the legacy of late colonialism Google Scholar

Mamdani, M (ed) 2000. Beyond rights talk and culture talk: Comparative essays on the politics of rights and culture. Cape Town: David Philip. Beyond rights talk and culture talk: Comparative essays on the politics of rights and culture Google Scholar

Murray, C 1997. South Africa land reform: Case studies in demand and participation in the free state. African Affairs 96 (383):187-214. South Africa land reform: Case studies in demand and participation in the free state African Affairs 96 187 214 Google Scholar

Niezen R 2003. The origins of indigenism: Human rights and the politics of identity. Berkeley: University of California Press. The origins of indigenism: Human rights and the politics of identity Google Scholar

Nurse G, Weiner J & Jenkins, T 1985. The peoples of southern Africa and their affinities. Oxford: Clarendon Press. The peoples of southern Africa and their affinities Google Scholar

Robins, S 2001A. An assessment of South Africa's San population. Regional assessment of the status of the San in southern Africa, Volume 2. Windhoek: Legal Assistance Centre. An assessment of South Africa's San population 2 Google Scholar

Robins, S 2001B Whose culture, whose survival? The Khomani San land claim and the cultural politics of community and development in the Kalahari. In Barnard, A & Kenrick, J (eds) 2001. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Edinburgh: African Studies Centre, Edinburgh University. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Google Scholar

Singer, R & Weiner, J 1963. Biological aspects of some indigenous African peoples. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 19:168-76. Biological aspects of some indigenous African peoples Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 19 168 76 Google Scholar

Suzman, J 2000. Things from the bush: A contemporary history of the Omaheke bushmen. Basle: PSP Publishing. Things from the bush: A contemporary history of the Omaheke bushmen Google Scholar

Suzman, J 2001A. An assessment of the status of Namibia's San population. Windhoek: Legal Assistance Centre/EU. An assessment of the status of Namibia's San population Google Scholar

Suzman, J 2001B. An introduction to the regional assessment of the status of the San in southern Africa. Windhoek: Legal Assistance Centre/EU. An introduction to the regional assessment of the status of the San in southern Africa Google Scholar

Suzman, J 2001C. Human rights and indigenous wrongs: National policy, international resolutions and the status of the San in southern Africa. Barnard, A & Kenrick, J (eds) 2001. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Edinburgh: African Studies Centre, Edinburgh University. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Google Scholar

Suzman, J 2002. Minorities in Independent Namibia. London: Minority Rights Group international. Minorities in Independent Namibia Google Scholar

Walde, T 2002. Mining Law Reform in South Africa Internet Journal of the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy. Vol 12 article 2. http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/journal/html/vol12-2.html http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/journal/html/vol12-2.html Mining Law Reform in South Africa Internet Journal of the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy. 12 Google Scholar

Waldman, L 2001. No rainbow bus for us: Building nationalism in the new South Africa. In Barnard, A & Kenrick, J (eds) 2001. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Edinburgh: African Studies Centre, Edinburgh University. Africa's indigenous peoples: First peoples or marginalised minorities? Google Scholar

Wilmsen, E 1996. First people. Critical Arts Vol 9 no 5. First people Critical Arts 9 Google Scholar

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