|Title of host publication||A companion to social geography|
|Editors||Vincent J. Del Casino Jr, Mary E. Thomas, Paul Cloke, Ruth Panelli|
|Place of Publication||Chichester, West Sussex|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Apr 2011|
- "hill tribes," highlanders - denigrated as primitives, denied same rights and opportunities granted to other members of Thai state
- Designation of "Indigenous" - universalizing claims, indigenous identity, dimension of universality that gives it political clout.
- Geographies of identification - social geographers, writing on matters of identity and identification
- Idea of identification, capturing a particular aspect - subjects required to have identification papers
- Identification - northern Thailand highland peoples, exclusion and discrimination - facing difficulties as indigenous peoples across the globe
- Judith Butler, drawing on Foucault's intellectual tradition - subtle way in which human beings are identified
- Power, different ways in - and through moments of identification, act of subjugation by the state or compliance by the citizen
- Recognition, and what it takes to be the right kind of human being
- Rising influence of feminism and poststructuralism in geography - cultural turn of the 1990s, shift to anti-essentialist perspectives
- Thai city of Chiang Mai, mid-2007 - group of village leaders and NGO workers representing highland communities, workshop on "Indigenous Futures"