Statue

Summer 2014

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LUKANKA* / p. 3-4Dr. Rudolph Ryser, Ph.D.(pdf - 123KB)
Burying the Umbilicus: Traditional Medicine on the West Coast of Mexico / p. 5-12Dr. Leslie E. Korn, PhD., MPH(pdf - 537KB)
La costumbre de enterrar el cordón umbilical / p. 33-58Dr. Leslie E. Korn, PhD., MPH(pdf - 270KB)
Before and After Psychopathology: A Foucault- Inspired Perspective on Western Knowledge Concerning the Shaman / p. 59-67Tony B. Benning, MBChB, PGDip, MSc, MRCPsych (UK), FRCP (C)(pdf - 135KB)
Indigenous Nations and Political Autonomy / p. 69-82Research Associate Heidi G Bruce, MA, Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Managem; Dina Gilio-Whitaker(pdf - 356KB)
Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Nation-by-Nation and State-by-State / p. 83-92Research Associate Heidi G Bruce, MA, Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Managem; Dina Gilio-Whitaker(pdf - 152KB)
Declaración Conjunta de Gobiernos Constitucionales y Consuetudinarios de Naciones Indígenas / p. 93-102(pdf - 303KB)
Model Intergovernmental Framework Agreement / p. 103-106Dr. Rudolph Ryser, Ph.D.(pdf - 94KB)
American Indian Caregivers Policy: A Case Study / p. 107-138Dr. Rudolph Ryser, Ph.D.; Dr. Leslie E. Korn, PhD., MPH; Clara Berridge, Ph.D., MSW(pdf - 291KB)
Book Review: Indigenous Nations’ Rights in the Balance: An Analysis of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples / p. 139-141Amy Eisenberg, Ph.D.(pdf - 90KB)
(*) Lukanka is a Miskito word from Yapti Tasba meaning "ideas," "thoughts," "thinking."