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Jennifer Hays

Professor i sosialantropologi

  • Hays, Jennifer; Hitchcock, Robert. Land and Resource Rights in the Tsumkwe Conservancies - Nyae Nyae and N≠a Jaqna. 2020 ISBN 978-99945-61-58-2.s 183 - 214.
  • Bellier, Irene; Hays, Jennifer. Indigenous peoples rights: global circulation, colonial heritage, and resistance. Routledge 2020 ISBN 978-1-138-94448-0.s 1 - 22.s doi: 10.4324/9781315671888.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Defining the terms of indigenous peoples' rights in Namibia: the role of the International Labor Organization. Routledge 2020 ISBN 978-1-138-94448-0.s 53 - 84.s doi: 10.4324/9781315671888.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Interpretations of San Ethnicity and Identity in Namibia: Two Ethnographic Accounts. Journal of Southern African Studies 2019; Volum 45 (2). ISSN 0305-7070.s 433 - 449.s doi: 10.1080/03057070.2019.1579975.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Définir les termes des droits des peuples autochtones: I'Organisation internationale du travel en Namibie. L'Harmattan 2019 ISBN 9782343179780.s 59 - 92.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Kronik, Jakob. The ILO PRO169 programme: Learning from technical cooperation in Latin America and Southern Africa. International Journal of Human Rights 2019; Volum 24 (2-3). ISSN 1364-2987.s 191 - 213.s doi: 10.1080/13642987.2019.1690469.
  • Bellier, Irene; Hays, Jennifer. Les Droits des peuples autochtones: circulations globales, heritages coloniaux, resistances. L'Harmattan 2019 ISBN 9782343179780.s 7 - 28.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Ninkova, Velina. Vertical and Horizontal Mobility among the Ju|’hoansi of Namibia. Peter Lang Publishing Group 2018 ISBN 978-1-78707-550-4.s 99 - 130.
  • Ninkova, Velina; Hays, Jennifer. "Walking in your grandfather's footsteps": Kinship and knowledge transmission among the Ju/'hoansi (Namibia). AnthropoChildren 2017. ISSN 2034-8517.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Bellier, Irene. Éducation, apprentissage et droits des peuples autochtones. Quels savoirs, quelles compétences et quelles langues transmettre pour un mode de vie durable ?. L'Harmattan 2016 ISBN 978-2-343-10863-6.s 7 - 22.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Who owns education? Schooling, learning and livelihood for the Nyae Nyae Ju|’hoansi. (fulltekst) Journal of Namibian Studies: History Politics Culture 2016; Volum 20. ISSN 1863-5954.s 37 - 61.
  • Hays, Jennifer. À qui appartient l'éducation ? Les Écoles de village et les Ju|’hoansi de Nyae Nyae, Namibie. (fulltekst) Les Cahiers de la recherche sur l'éducation et les savoirs 2016; Volum 15 (1). ISSN 1635-3544.s 27 - 51.
  • Kronik, Jakob; Hays, Jennifer. Limited Room for Manoeuvre: Indigenous peoples and climate change adaptation strategies. Routledge 2015 ISBN 9781138025967.s 251 - 272.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Educational rights for indigenous communities in Botswana and Namibia. International Journal of Human Rights 2011; Volum 15 (1). ISSN 1364-2987.s 127 - 153.s doi: 10.1080/13642987.2011.529695.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Cwi, Cwisa. The Nyae Nyae Village Schools 1994-2010: An Indigenous Mother-Tongue Education Project After 15 Years. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education 2011 (5). ISSN 1559-5692.s 142 - 148.s doi: 10.1080/15595692.2011.559807.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Introduction to the Special Issue: Indigenous Education in Southern Africa. Research and Action. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education 2011 (5). ISSN 1559-5692.s 71 - 75.s doi: 10.1080/15595692.2011.559770.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Biesele, Megan. Indigenous rights in southern Africa: international mechanisms and local contexts. International Journal of Human Rights 2011; Volum 15 (1). ISSN 1364-2987.s 1 - 10.s doi: 10.1080/13642987.2011.529686.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Learning Indigenous Knowledge Systems. 2009 ISBN 0-7969-2283-7.s 194 - 207.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Steps Forward and New Challenges: Indigenous Communities and Mother Tongue Education in Southern Africa. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 2009; Volum 12 (4). ISSN 1367-0050.s 401 - 413.s doi: 10.1080/13670050902935771.
  • Hays, Jennifer. The Other Side of ‘All’: Comparing Global Discourses of Education with a Community’s Choices – the case of the Nyae Nyae Ju|’hoansi in Namibia. Michigan State University Press 2009 ISBN 9987080324.
  • Hopson, Rodney K; Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Schooling and education for the San in Namibia: Between a rock of colonialism and the hard place of globalization. Elsevier 2008 ISBN 9781848551848.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn; Siegrühn-Mars, Amanda. Education and the San of Southern Africa. Indigenous Affairs 2005; Volum 1. ISSN 1024-3283.s 26 - 34.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Indigenous Rights in Education: The San of Southern Africa in Local and Global Contexts. 2004 ISBN 87-91563-08-9.s 228 - 248.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. “We Should Learn as We Go Ahead”: Finding the Way Forward for the Nyae Nyae Village Schools Project. Perspectives in Education 2002; Volum 20 (1). ISSN 0258-2236.s 123 - 139.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Anguished Laments”: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Education, Representation, and Development for the San of Botswana. Ufahamu 2002; Volum 28 (2-3). ISSN 0041-5715.s 23 - 42.
  • Bellier, Irene; Hays, Jennifer. Scales of Governance and Indigenous Peoples. Routledge 2020 ISBN 978-1-138-94448-0.s 53 - 84.s doi: 10.4324/9781315671888.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Bellier, Irene. Echelles de Gouvernance et Droits des Peuples Autochtones. L'Harmattan 2019 ISBN 9782343179780.s 59 - 92.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Owners of Learning: The Nyae Nyae Village Schools Over Twenty Five Years. Basler Afrika Bibliographien 2016 ISBN 978-3-905758-60-3.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Bellier, Irene. Quelle éducation pour les peuples autochtones ?. L'Harmattan 2016 ISBN 978-2-343-10863-6.s 75 - 86.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Ninkova, Velina; Saugestad, Sidsel. The Research and Advocacy Group for Hunter Gatherer Education. AnthropoChildren 2018; Volum 8. ISSN 2034-8517.s doi: 10.25518/2034-8517.3148.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Hunter-gatherer scale and global approaches to human rights. Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies 2018-07-21 - 2018-07-27 2018.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Ingjerd Hoëm: Languages of Governance in Conflict. Negotiating Democracy in Tokelau. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 2017; Volum 1. ISSN 0802-7285.s 50 - 53.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Ninkova, Velina. Social, Economic and Geographic mobility among the Ju/’hoansi of Namibia. The Potential Value of Mobility as an Analytical and Methodological Perspective 2016-10-31 - 2016-11-02 2016.
  • Hays, Jennifer; Bellier, Irene; Olsen, Torjer Andreas. Education, Learning and Indigenous Rights : What knowledge(s), skills and languages for sustainable livelihoods?. Forum for development cooperation with indigenous peoples - website 2014.
  • Hays, Jennifer. The Invasion of Nyae Nyae: A case of ongoing aggression against indigenous peoples in Namibia. Forum Conference 2009 2009-10-21 - 2009-10-23 2009.
  • Hays, Jennifer. Recognizing indigenous tracking skills in Namibia: potential benefits, implications, and challenges. Nordic Africa Days 2009 2009-10-01 - 2009-10-03 2009.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. The Other Side of ‘All.’ Comparing global discourses of education with a community's strategic choices: The case of the Nyae Nyae Ju/'hoansi in Namibia. The Implications of Language for Peace and Development Conference 2008-05-01 - 2008-05-03 2008.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Examining Educational Rights for Indigenous Communities in Southern Africa. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting 2008-11-19 - 2008-11-23 2008.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn; Cwi, Cwisa. The Nyae Nyae Village Schools: 15 Years of Mother Tongue Education for an Indigenous Community. World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education 2008-12-07 - 2008-12-11 2008.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Learning indigenous knowledge systems. .” The 5th International Conference on Researching Work and Learning 2007-12-02 - 2007-12-05 2007.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Education, Rights and Survival for the Nyae Nyae Ju|’hoansi: Illuminating Global and Local Discourses. 2007.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Steps Forward and New Challenges: Mother Tongue Education in Southern Africa. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting 2006-12-15 - 2006-12-19 2006.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. For the Benefit of All: Mother Tongue Education For Southern African Minorities. A comprehensive summary report from the Regional Mother Tongue Conference, a conference on multilingualism in Southern African Education, 1-2 June 2005. 2006 ISBN 99916-762-6-0.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Rethinking ‘Education for All’: Matching Global Rhetoric with Local Reality. Research for Khoe and San Development 2003-09-10 - 2003-09-12 2003.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. From Human Rights to the Right to Read and Write: Education and the Nyae Nyae Ju/’hoansi of Namibia. The 9th International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS) 2002-09-09 - 2002-09-13 2002.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. ‘We can start under the trees’: Mother tongue literacy and the Nyae Nyae Village Schools Project. The International Literacy Conference Literacy and language in global and local settings 2001-11-13 - 2001-11-17 2001.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Global Problems, Local Solutions: San children and education in southern Africa. The Association for Anthropology in Southern Africa (AASA) Annual Conference 2000-05-08 - 2000-05-13 2000.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Education and the San of Southern Africa: The search for alternatives. Challenging Minorities, Difference and Tribal Citizenship 2000-05-20 - 2000-05-22 2000.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Unequal Words: Discourse, Development and Education in Botswana. Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference in African Studies 1999-09-10 - 1999-09-12 1999.
  • Hays, Jennifer Lynn. Ways of Learning: Education and the San in Botswana. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Northeast Anthropology Association 1999-03-20 - 1999-03-22 1999.
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    I am interested in the ways in which international human rights standards - especially indigenous peoples rights - can be implemented effectively for the most marginalized populations, at global, national and local levels. I have been working with hunter-gatherer populations in southern Africa (the San) since 1998, with a particular focus on how they approach issues of education and land rights, and the -intersection between these issues. 

    Current projects and networks: 

    Research and Advocacy Group on Hunter Gatherer Education (HG-EDU):  https://site.uit.no/hg-education/

    Justice and Indigenous Peoples (JUSTIP) https://justip.hypotheses.org/jennifer-hays

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