Honour Among Nations? Treaties and Agreements with Indigenous Peoples
Edited by Marcia Langton, Maureen Tehan, Lisa Palmer and Kathryn Shain
Honour Among Nations? Treaties and Agreements with Indigenous People emerges from the growing academic and public policy interest in the area of Indigenous peoples, treaties and agreements, challenging readers to engage with the idea of treaty and agreement making in changing political and legal landscapes.
Honour Among Nations? contains contributions from both Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors from Australia, New Zealand, North America and Canada including Marcia Langton, Gillian Triggs, Joe Williams and Noel Pearson. It features a preface by Sir Anthony Mason.
This book covers topics as diverse as treaty making in New Zealand and British Columbia; land, the law, political rights and Indigenous peoples; maritime agreements; Torres Strait Islander self-government; race discrimination in Australia; the Timor Sea Treaty; copyright and intellectual property issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors.
Honour Among Nations? can be purchased online through Melbourne University Press (MUP). For more information visit the MUP website at: www.mup.unimelb.edu.au