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Research journeys in/to multiple ways of knowing /
Jennifer Markides and Laura Forsythe (eds.).
New York : Dio Press Inc., ©2019.
xxxii, 395 pages ; 25 cm
9781645040095, 9781645040101, 9781645040118
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New York : Dio Press Inc., ©2019.
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Foreword / Niigaan Sinclair -- Introduction: a decolonizing approach to publication / Jennifer Markides -- El en Centro de Este Fuego: in the center of the fire: Indigenous women's storytelling as decolonial resistance / Sarah María Acosta Ahmad -- Barriers to Indigenous athletes' athletic development in Canada: an analysis framed by Daniel's Ingredients of Success, part I / Nickolas J. Kosmenko -- Who has the right? A reflection on Indigenous research as a Chinese anthropology student researcher / Xiao Zheng -- Rooted in place: Métis identity and connections to geographic and temporal landscapes / Angie Tucker -- The Indigenous dick joke: a thorough yet noninvasive examination of our most famous tribal member / Waylon Lenk -- Constricting self-determination: colonial racism and sexism in the lives of Indigenous women in Canada's West / Jessica Martin -- Raising the voices of survivors and collaborators confronting sex trafficking and exploitation of Indigenous women and girls in Manitoba, Canada / Robert Chrismas -- Is "harm reduction" Indigenous? / Aura Lavallée -- Working in circles: Indigenous methodology restoring our wellness, restoring our roles, Indigenous women and birth / Stephanie Sinclair -- The Duojár: an agent of the symbolic repatriation of Sámi cultural heritage / Liisa-Rávná Finbog -- The unavoidable alienation of Indigenous artists in our mass-produced society: Lattimer Gallery and Pacific Northwest Coast art / Laura Forsythe -- Bridging gaps: intercultural education as a tool for revitalization / Monica Morales-Good -- Language, storytelling, and intergenerational learning among the Abam people of south-eastern Nigeria / Uwakwe Kalu -- Han-Korean-ontology: similarities and differences from Indigenous ontologies / JuSung Kim -- Application of Malthusian theory in colonization schemes in Canada / Kseniya Zaika -- Anishinaabe Mino-Bimaadiziwin in Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam / Bryn Skibo-Birney -- Residential school photography: from photographic propaganda to empowering pictures / Melanie Braith -- and representations of Indigenous peoples in video games / Naithan Lagace -- Expanding Métis curriculum / Chantal Fiola -- Honouring our relations: exploring a wider acumen of Métis spaces / Victoria Bouvier, Angie Tucker, Jason Surkan, and Chuck Bourgeois -- I am told I was fierce: a personal narrative on decolonization through written and spoken word / Liberty Emkeit -- Decolonization? What is it? Does anyone know what it is? Let's find out! / Patricia Siniikwe Pajunen -- Indigenous student experience in an Indigenizing institution: preliminary results from a Canadian university / Iloradanon Efimoff -- Beyond Indigenization: Indigenous collaboration and imagining our own academy / Adam Gaudry -- The honourable harvest: an Indigenous research protocol / Silvina Antunes, Kara Passey, Jordan Tabobondung, and Erika Vas -- Striving for authenticity: embracing a decolonizing approach to research with Indigenous athletes / Shara R. Johnson, Jennifer Poudrier, Heather Foulds, and Leah J. Ferguson -- Miýo-Pimātisiwin: decolonizing self through culturally responsive pedagogy (CRP) / Obianuju Juliet Bushi -- Decolonizing/Indigenizing: (re)imagining education systems, even those mathematical / Shana Graham -- Research, technology, and neocolonialism / Orest Kinasevych -- "In this war of words": Canada 150 and the (re)telling of history / Wanda Hounslow -- Deconstruction of barriers in anti-racist/decolonization discussions through the education of Canadians vis-à-vis DiAngelo's theory: "White Fragility" / Belinda (Wandering Spirit) Nicholson -- Reframing Catholicism: agency and resistance in Mi'kmaw stories / Micheline Hughes -- A colonial institution with colonial voices and values: exposing Daniels v. Canada's tribute to the colonizers / Karine Martel -- Indigenous schools in Brazil and Canada: a call to action for sovereignty / Eduardo Vergolino -- Indigenous self-government, land management and taxation powers / Esteban Vallejo-Toledo -- Reconciling diversity: acknowledging the challenges / Paul D. Hansen.
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This title is part of the Indigenous Perspectives Collection at the Bora Laskin Law Library.
"Research Journeys in/to Multiple Ways of Knowing is an interdisciplinary collection of Indigenous research and scholarship that pushes boundaries of expectation and experience. While the topics are diverse, there are many points of affinity across the issues including themes of identity, advocacy, community, rights, respect, and resistance. The authors present counter-narratives that disrupt colonial authority towards multiple ways of knowing. Regardless of worldview or specialization, the chapters in this book have something to offer. Like the whorl of a spiral, the curve can be observed as traveling inward or outward. At different points in the conversations, the assertions may be congruent or disparate from the reader’s perspective. The discussions may resonate on individual or societal levels. While tensions may arise, the push and pull of competing constructs demonstrates that the ideas are connected and held in relationship to one another—negotiating alterity is a space of reconciliation. Together the pieces contrast, blend, and broaden the landscape of Indigenous research and decolonizing discourse." --
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