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Thank You to 2014 Reviewers

December 9, 2014

2014 was the first year that Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society published three full issues! Each issue requires an incredible amount of collaboration, effort and community and increasing out output was not an easy task. A large part of being able to do this relies on the community who acts as peer-reviewers for each of our submissions. This is a largely thankless, yet vital, part of what we do as an academic, peer-reviewed journal that seeks to ‘infiltrate’ the world of scholarly publication, demonstrating that Indigenous and decolonization scholarship is cutting-edge, rigorous, vital and important – and that this scholarship comes in many shapes and forms! We wish to publicly thank all of the people, the incredible group of scholars and intellectuals, who acted as peer-reviewers for one of the three issues we published in 2014. They are (in alphabetic order):

Naomi Adelson
Zainab Amadahy
Maile Arvin
Michael Asch
Megan Bang
Soenke Biermann
Stephen Carpenter II
Clint Carrol
Dana Claxton
Graham Cornwell
Charlotte Cote
Glen Coulthard
Karen Mary Davalos
Stephanie Daza
Chandni Desai
Grace Dillon
Dwayne Donald
Chris Finley
Nicholas Galanin
David Garneau
Adam Gaudry
Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez
Mishuana Goeman
Noelani Goodyear-Kaopua
Joyce Green
Patricia Espiritu Halagao
Gordon Brent Ingram
Chike Jeffers
Arlo Kempf
Shona Jackson
Christine Lalonde
Kimberli Lee
Danielle Lorenz
Thea Luig
Tiffany King
Michael Marker
Kathleen Martin
Molly McGlennan
Deborah McGregor
Scott Morgenson
Delice Mugabo
Patricio Ortiz
Reiland Rabaka
Karyn Recollet
Keren Rice
Ruth Rubio-Rodriguez
Michelle Sato
Leslie Saxon
Priscilla Settee
Paul Silverstein
Aman Sium
Megan Smetzer
Sandra Styres
Christine Taitano Delisle
Eve Tuck
Waziyatawin
Jonathan Wise
Wayne Yang
Miguel Zavala
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