The volume shares the (today) common idea that a conceptualization of Indigenous knowledge and culture as “intellectual property” is essentially an inaccurate one. With specific reference to Yolngu people of North-East Arnhem Land (Australia), this study aims precisely to explain why Western “property-ownership” constructs and categories do not fit Indigenous cultural objects and performances. [Publisher's text]
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