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Reprinting Policies

Articles on this blog are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License, which allows all non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. If you re-publish any material online, we ask that you provide a link back to the original page where the work was published.

Submission Policies

  • We ask for submissions of 500-2500 words; though we make exceptions when the length is justified.
  • Blog articles should take up timely issues around decolonization. Academic journals take months to produce and are not ideally suited to engaging with issues as they happen – this blog can be that space. We encourage articles on any topic related to decolonization.
  • We encourage submissions that highlight various mediums, such as film, music, art & poetry, as well as more traditional written Op-Ed and think pieces. The options are limitless!
  • We encourage submissions that link or respond to articles & issues published in Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Societybelieving that publishing an article is a starting point for further discussion.
  • We typically do not reprint articles that have already been published elsewhere, including on personal blogs and websites. We hope to be a venue to promote and encourage a furthering of the dialogue and discussion around decolonization, rather than an aggregator or sharing venue. That said, we do consider previously published pieces that have been reworked for this site and have no problem linking back to the original work.
  • This is a space for everyone to engage, but please do so in a respectful manner. We encourage (and love) submissions from those who are not academics – the mothers, aunties, activists, organizers, teachers, learners, workers, friends, lovers, artists, thinkers, farmers, hunters and more that tell the stories that shape the theory we live, breath, and practice. We’re more than happy to do our best to work with individuals to craft an article that fits this space; we hope to make this an accessible space.
  • Feel free to link to other articles or web resources, including your own, though we encourage articles that are more than simply self-promotion.
  • We reserve the right to reject any articles that do not fit the scope of the journal or which we feel are not suitable for the blog.
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  • Why we think the blog is important.

Comments Policy

The purpose of having open comments is to encourage respectful debate that furthers community and decolonization efforts. While we allow some leeway in what is considered respectful, we will not allow personal attacks, trolling or abusive language. We ask commenters to be aware of their language and the privileges it might carry, particularly around gender, race, and ablism. We encourage commenters to use their real names as a way to be held accountable for what they say.

All comments are moderated and must be approved by the Editors. We reserve the right to not publish comments that we feel do not meet these standards.

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