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Indigenous Issues Study Group of the Institute of Australian Geographers

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Indigenous People's Working Group of the Canadian Association of Geographers

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IPSG-Sponsored Sessions at 2014 AAG Annual Meeting

Activist Scholarship and Scholarly Activism in Food Justice

Applied community research at the interface of Indigenous land, health and cultural identity

Climate Change and Indigenous People (Part 1): Framing and Facing the Challenges

Climate Change and Indigenous People (Part 2): Adaptations and Resilience

Climate Change and Indigenous People (Part 3): Case Studies from Africa

Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples (Part 4): Environmental Justice and the Water-Energy Nexus Panel Discussion

Climates, Environments and Migrations: Indigenous connections

Community Engagement and Responsible Research

Culture, Agriculture and Tradition I: Species, Diversity and Local Knowledge

Culture, Agriculture and Tradition II: Traditional Knowledge and Contemporary Settings

Culture, Agriculture and Tradition III: Food Sovereignty and Sustainability

Epistemologies of Violence: Critical engagements across space, time and sites of difference (III)

Global Indigenous Geographies

Gullah/Geechee-Disya Who WEBE: Indigenous Identity and the Sea Islands (IPSG Annual Plenary Speaker)

Indigenous Peoples Specialty Group Business Meeting

Indigenous Sovereignty, Identity and Self-Determination

Landscapes & Indigenous Peoples I: Reinscription by the Dominant Culture

Landscapes & Indigenous Peoples II: Contested Terrains

Landscapes & Indigenous Peoples III: People in Place

Overcoming Ignorance and Indigenizing Education

Political economies of natural resource extraction in Latin America: Remembering and celebrating Ben Kohl 1

Regenerating Routes of the Decolonial Option: Rooting Decoloniality in Afro-descendant and Indigenous Forest/River Territories in Latin America

Rethinking the Water-Indigeneity Nexus Searching for alternatives to Bolivia's extractive economy: Remembering and celebrating Ben Kohl 2

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