Document Type

Article

Publication Title

HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory

Publication Date

1-1-2017

Abstract

Agribusiness has unprecedented leverage over highly unpopular Brazilian president Michel Temer, who is faced with several corruption charges and is struggling for political survival. In a little over one year, the agribusiness lobby and its allies have managed to erode thirty years of human rights and conservation laws. Indigenous peoples and their territorial rights are among the main targets of such policies, and there is no resolution to the situation in sight. With the insight of several scholars, the following forum assesses the consequences of losing the protection the Citizens' Constitution of 1988 once afforded indigenous peoples in Brazil.

Volume

7

Issue

2

First Page

403

Last Page

426

DOI

10.14318/hau7.2.033

ISSN

20491115

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