A poem: The originals
Visualizing Indigenous jurisprudence through a diverse range of narratives
The influential theories
Retribalizing the tales
A poem: Becoming history
The Wind Watchers' tale: Skinned alive
A poem: So very different from us
Native women and healing the neglected rights of the land
Some words: The story of Wibari
The Wind Watchers' Tale: Wibari and the Rogue Protectors
A poem: In search of immortality
Modern cannibalism: The trade in human body parts
A poem: An ode to the children of Guatemala
The Wind Watchers' Tale: Bringers of the Red Dust
A poem: In search of immortality (an ode to the scientist)
The insidious disease of securitization biosecurity: Bats and badgers at large!
A poem: To the little people
In conclusion: Some reflective thoughts
Dr C.F. Black, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Griffith Center for Coastal Management, Griffith University, Australia.
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