[2017, Floor van der Hout] This thesis contributes to the debate around the political power of indigeneity in relation to the workings of discourse and power within state governmentality in which cultural […]
[s.f., Jaime Galarza R.] Since 2005, the Isiboro Sécure National Park and Indigenous Territory (TIPNIS) is part of the National Spectacled Cayman Sustainable Management Program. The three spectacled cayman harvests carried out
[2013, Waltraud Q. Morales] Bolivia’s current TIPNIS (Territorio Indígena Parque Nacional Isiboro Sécure) crisis has highlighted the diverse and often conflicting interpreta- tions and applications of indigenous rights and
The road to where?A political ecology of post-neoliberalism: negotiations of extractive-led development, indigeneity and conservation in the Isiboro Sécure Indigenous Territory and National Park (TIPNIS), Bolivia
[2015, Jessica Hope] This thesis is concerned with the demands that humans are placing on the planet. Such demands are interrogated in long-running debates about how to reconcile the tensions between development, […]
Resource Sovereignties in Bolivia: Re-Conceptualising the Relationship between Indigenous Identities and the Environment during the TIPNIS Conflict
[2015, Anna F. Laing] This paper examines the active re-construction of indigenous identities within the Plurinational State of Bolivia through the case study of a resource conflict that arose with the government’s […]
[2012, Jeffery R Webber] In the two and a half months that passed between mid-August and late October of this year, the Bolivian government of Evo Morales entered into its worst crisis […]
New light on the floristic composition and diversity of indigenous territory and national park Isiboro-Sécure, Bolivia
[2009, Evert Thomas] A floristic inventory of woody plants was conducted in the tropical forest vegetation of Indigenous Territory and National Park Isiboro-Se ́cure, Bolivia. All stems with a diameter at breast […]
Valuation of Forests and Plant Species in Indigenous Territory and National Park Isiboro-Sécure, Bolivia
[2009, varios autores] A quantitative ethnobotanical study was conducted in Indigenous Territory and National Park Isiboro-Sécure (TIPNIS), Bolivia, to assess the usefulness assigned by local Yuracaré and Trinitario ethnic groups to different
[2010, varios autores] In spite of the well-established idea that language contact is fundamental for explaining language change, this aspect has been remarkably absent in most studies of color term evo- lution.
Dissertation / Doctoral Thesis. Entre la “dignidad” y el “etnocidio”: Imaginarios y reivindicaciones en torno al territorio y la autonomía indígena en el Beni de Bolivia, 1990 – 2017
[2017, Markus Gottsbacher] Disertación / Tesis doctoral. Entre la “dignidad” y el “etnocidio”: Imaginarios y reivindicaciones en torno al territorio y la autonomía indígena en el Beni de Bolivia, 1990 – 2017.