Open Access Journal: Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society – May Issue

Cover Page

Vol 2, No 1 (2013)

Editorial

Speaking truth to power: Indigenous storytelling as a form of living resistance – Aman Sium & Eric Ritskes

Articles

Savage representations in the discourse of modernity: Liberal ideology and the impossibility of nativist longing – S. Lily Mendoza

Indigenous place-thought and agency: The land under our feet – Vanessa Watts

Spirituality as decolonizing: Elders Albert Desjarlais, George McDermott, and Tom McCallum share understandings of life in healing practice – Judy Iseke

What do we mean by decolonizing research strategies? Lessons from decolonizing, Indigenous research projects in New Zealand and Latin America – Miguel Zavala

“But it’s our story. Read it.”: Stories my grandfather told me and writing for continuance – Mallory Whiteduck 

[Re]Claiming Indigenous knowledge: Challenges, resistance, and opportunities – Njoki Wane

The psychiatrization of our children, or, an autoethnographic narrative of perpetuating First Nations genocide through ‘benevolent’ institutions – Brenda A. LeFrancois

Poetry, Art, and Video

Me Nuh Choose None – Christina Cooke (short story)

Leaks – Leanne Simpson (with audio track)

It is My Song – Charlotte Henay (poem)

Blind Justice – Lee Maracle (poem)

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