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ISBN-13: 9781498558815
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication date: 11/29/2018
Pages: 246
Product dimensions: 6.37(w) x 9.08(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

Luciano Baracco is associate professor in political science and international relations at the Middle East Technical University, Northern Cyprus Campus.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Indigenous Struggles for Autonomy: The Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua
Luciano Baracco
Chapter 2. From the Kingdom of Mosquitia to the Mosquito Reservation: The Demise of British Imperialism on the Mosquito Coast and the Challenge of Nicaraguan Nation-Building
Luciano Baracco
Chapter 3. The Company Times: Neocolonialism and Ethnic Relations on Nicaragua’s Caribbean Coast in the Twentieth Century
Eric Rodrigo Meringer
Chapter 4. The Sandinista Revolution and the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua: Revolution, Counter-Revolution, and Indigenous Struggles for Autonomy
Luciano Baracco
Chapter 5. Leasing Communal Lands…In “Perpetuity”: Post-Titling Scenarios on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua
Miguel González
Chapter 6. Negotiating Consultation: The Duty to Consult and Contestation of Autonomy in Nicaragua’s Rama-Kriol Territory
Joshua L. Mayer
Chapter 7. Autonomy in the Caribbean Coast: Neoliberalism, Landless Peasants and the Resurgence of Ethnic Conflict
Govand Khalid Azeez and Alejandra Gaitán-Barrera
Chapter 8. Strong Women: Memories of Miskitu Women forging Peace and Autonomy
Dolores Figueroa Romero and Arelly Barbeyto
Chapter 9. Cocaine Money, Cement Houses, and New Residential Arrangements in a Coastal Miskitu Village
Mark Jamieson
Chapter 10. The Role of Autonomy in the Revitalization of the Languages of Nicaragua’s
Caribbean Coast
Jane Freeland and Colette Grinevald

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