Table of contents for Indigenous intellectual property rights : legal obstacles and innovative solutions / edited by Mary Riley.


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CONTENTS
Acknowledgments
Introduction
PART I: LEGAL OBSTACLES 
CHAPTER 1:	 "As Long As the Grass Grows": Representing Indigenous Claims 
by Tressa Berman
CHAPTER 2:	 Digital Vibes and Radio Waves in Indigenous Peru 
by Bartholomew Dean
CHAPTER 3:	 Intellectual Property Protection and the Market for Alaska Native Arts and Crafts
by Julie Hollowell
CHAPTER 4:	 The Amerindian Rights Movement in Guyana and Its Influence
by Mary Riley
PART II: DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS
CHAPTER 5:	 Land, Tenure Systems, and Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights 
by Catherine M. Tucker
CHAPTER 6: Benefit-Sharing Under the Convention on Biological Diversity 
by Katy Moran
CHAPTER 7:	 Ownership of Indigenous Languages: A case study from Guatemala
by Judith M. Maxwell
PART III: ACCESS AND CONTROL
CHAPTER 8:	 Intellectual Property Rights and Indigenous Peoples Rights and Responsibilities 
by Maui Solomon
CHAPTER 9:	 Biocolonialism and Isolates of Historic Interest 
by Marie Annette Jaimes Guerrero
CHAPTER 10: Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Plant Resources of the Sepwepemc (Shuswap) Nation 
by Kelly P. Bannister
CHAPTER 11: Intellectual Property Rights and Indigenous Cultural Heritage in Archaeology
by George P. Nicholas and Kelly P. Bannister
CHAPTER 12: Prior Informed Consent and Bioprospecting Research in Chiapas 
by Elois Ann Berlin and Brent Berlin
Index
About the Authors




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Indigenous peoples Legal status, laws, etc, Intellectual property