Deborah McGregor, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice, co-edits new book, Indigenous Research: Theories, Practices and Relationships
Scholars understand what Indigenous research is, but how we practice Indigenous research ethically and respectfully in Canada is under exploration. This ground-breaking edited collection provides readers with concrete and in-depth examples of how to overcome the challenges of Indigenous research with respect to Indigenous worldviews, epistemologies, and ontology. In collaboration with their communities, and with guidance from Elders and other traditional knowledge keepers, each contributor links their personal narrative of Indigenous research to current discussions and debates. Accessible in nature, this interdisciplinary research tool is an essential read for all students and scholars in Indigenous Studies, as well as in the education, anthropology, sociology, and history research methodology classroom.
Office of External Relations & Communications, "Deborah McGregor, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice, co-edits new book, Indigenous Research: Theories, Practices and Relationships" (2018). Ovations. 288.