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Sacred Rage: The Wrath of Militant Islam. Updated with new chapters ed

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Author(s): Wright, Robin
Bibliographic entry in Chapter 22: The U…

Sacred Rage: The Wrath of Militant Islam. Updated with new chapters ed

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Author(s): Wright, Robin
Bibliographic entry in Chapter 27: Race,…

Native American Indians

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Author(s): Grim, John A. | Smith, Theresa | Harrod, Howard L. | Dauenhauer, Richard | Talamantez, Ines | Et al.
[German Version] I. Terminology and Overview The term “Indian” goes back to the erroneous identification by C. Columbus of the pre-European population of the American continents as the inhabitants of India. The term itself (or the Spanish-Portuguese form indio) ¶ is felt more to be derogatory by Indians themselves. For this reason the term indígenas (“natives”) is used in the Latin American realm (Latin America) as a self-definition as well as an external definition. As a generic term within religious studies it encompasses diverse peoples whose re…