Vol 12, No 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents


The Place of the “Indio” in Social Science Research: Considerations from Mapuche History PDF
Héctor Nahuelpan
Ancestral knowledge systems: A conceptual framework for decolonizing research in social science PDF
Cueponcaxochitl Dianna Moreno Sandoval, Rosalva Mojica Lagunas, Lydia T. Montelongo, Marisol Juárez Díaz
Decolonizing archival methodology: Combating hegemony and moving towards a collaborative archival environment PDF
Taylor R. Genovese
Engaging eco- hermeneutical methods: Integrating Indigenous and environmental curricula through an eco- justice- arts- informed pedagogy PDF
Andrejs Kulnieks, Dan Roronhiakewen Longboat, Kelly Young
Second chance education in Botswana: Implementing a holistic approach based on the botho philosophy to empower marginalized youth in the Kweneng District PDF
Kelone Khudu-Petersen, Attwell Mamvuto
Lost, found and troubled in translation: Reconsidering imagined Indigenous “communities” in post- disaster Taiwan settings PDF
Minna Hsu
Development or Devastation? Epistemologies of Mayan Women’s Resistance to an Open-Pit Goldmine in Guatemala PDF
Morna Macleod

Book Reviews

Cinema, Cross- Cultural Collaboration, and Criticism: Filming on an Uneven Field PDF
Jo Smith
Edgar Heap of Birds PDF
Maggie Wander
Dying from Improvement: Inquests and Inquiries into Indigenous Deaths in Custody PDF
Lea Kauvaka

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