Re: Decolonizing Anthropology

Sat, 11 Feb 1995 03:19:31 -0500

Thanks Mr. Walker from a Potowatomi whose people have been living in
Canada for two hundred years waiting for "postcolonial." Postcolonial to
us is centric rather than heterogeneous, whether that be in art,
literature, or politics.
Rolland Nadjiwon

On Fri, 3 Feb 1995, Deward E. Walker Jr. wrote:

> I believe the tone of this exchange could be uplifted by placing it in
> its proper context, that of Intellectual Property Rights. This area of
> anthropological concern is expanding rapidly as Tribes in North America
> and elsewhere begin to assert such rights over various aspects of their
> cultures and cultural heritage.. See _Intellectual Property Rights for
> Indigenous Peoples: A Source Book._ Editor, Tom Greaves. Society for
> Applied Anthropology.
> Deward E. Walker, Jr.
> Anthro-Lib list owner