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Special Issue on Indigenous Land-Based Education

December 2, 2014

We’ve published our newest journal issue – as always, open access and available for everyone to read, download and share!

It is a special issue on Indigenous land-based education, guest edited by Matthew Wildcat, Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox, Glen Coulthard and Mandee McDonald. It features a wide array of land-based education projects through articles, short stories, video and poetry. Below is the Table of Content and click HERE to read the issue!

Editorial –

Learning from the land: Indigenous land based pedagogy and decolonization – Matthew Wildcat, Mandee McDonald, Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox and Glen Coulthard

Feature Article –

Land As Pedagogy: Nishnaabeg Intelligence and Rebellious Transformation – Leanne Simpson

Articles –

The Stories Hold Water: Learning and Burning in North Fork Mono Homelands – Jared Dahl Aldern and Ron W. Goode

Spirit Gifting: Ecological Knowing in Metis Life Narratives – Jennifer Adese

Arm Yourself With Knowledge: Mobilizing a Knowledge Economy of Reciprocity, Resurgence and Decolonization – Erin Freeland Ballentyne

Land, Life and Knowledge in Chisasibi: Intergenerational Healing in the Bush – Ioana Radu, Eddie Pash & Wesley Washipabano

Learning to Talk to the Land: Online Stewardship in Taku River Tlingit Territory – Christine Schreyer, Jon Corbett, Nicole Gordon and Collen Larson

Short Articles –

The Akwesasne Cultural Restoration Program: A Mohawk Approach to Land-based Education – Taiaiake Alfred

Traditional Knowledge, Co-Existence and Co-Resistance – Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox

Gii-kaapizigemin Manoomin Neyaashing: A Resurgence of Anishinaabeg Nationhood – Jana-Rae Yerxa

Towards the 8th Fire: The View from Oshkimaadziig Unity Camp – Karl Gardner & Giibwanisi

Stories, Art and Video –

The Strongest Blood – Richard Van Camp (short story)

ácimostawin – Mandee MacDonald (short story)

Girls in a Field – Marcie Rendon (poetry)

ReEarthings: finding our way back to the land – Teresa Konechne (video)

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 2, 2014 8:17 pm

    Reblogged this on Spirit In Action and commented:
    Thank you for posting this-even more so for creating this wonderful publication! This is the journal I wished existed when I was in grad school.

    To my readers-this looks to be the best issue yet, and they have all been good. I hope everyone will read and share this.

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