IPLP Speaker Series - January 29th at noon College of Law room 237


Friday, January 29, 2016 - 12:00pm

AIS and native students across campus, graduate and undergraduate, AIS faculty and UA community -

The UA Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program spring speaker series presents:

Joe Bryan, Assistant Professor of Geography at University of Colorado, Boulder

“Land Titling and the Dilemma  of Indigenous Rights:  The Case of Awas Tingni"

Friday, Jan. 29, 12-1:15 p.m.
College of Law, Room 237 - Faculty Lounge

Lunch will be served.

Joe Bryan works on indigenous politics in the Americas with an emphasis on land rights and participatory mapping. He is the co-author with Denis Wood of Weaponizing Maps: Indigenous Peoples and Counterinsurgency in the Americas (Guilford, 2015). His current research looks at how indigenous communities in Nicaragua and Mexico are addressing the limits of legal recognition of territorial rights in light of land invasions and extractive resources.

See the full schedule for the spring IPLP speaker series<https://law.arizona.edu/indigenous-peoples-law-and-policy-spring-2016-speaker-schedule>.

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