Decolonizing methodologies: research and indigenous peoples. Linda Tuhiwai Smith
ISBN: 1856496236,9781856496230 | 220 pages | 6 Mb
Decolonizing methodologies: research and indigenous peoples Linda Tuhiwai Smith
Publisher: Zed Books
Smith's Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples (1999). · Resources and Research · Zapatismo of our people(s). (2004) We the media: Grassroots Journalism By The People, For The People. A critical analysis of Decolonizing Methodologies' chapter entitled “Research Adventures on Indigenous Lands”. Indigenous researchers critically engage its colonial power by practicing Indigenous methodologies: an act that also implicates non-Indigenous people in challenging the settler academy. Sebastopol (2002) Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples. Indigenous methodologies do not merely model Indigenous research. (2001-2005) “Research as Organizing Tool”. By exposing normative knowledge production as being not only non-Indigenous but colonial, they denaturalize power within settler societies and ground knowledge production in decolonization. As survivors of systematic genocide and slavery, we cannot separate the struggle of Indigenous peoples in this continent from all our relations in Africa, The Pacific Islands, Middle East and Asia. Descendants of fire-breathers and healers, femicide and genocide of our people (s). This symposium will marry the strengths of the University of Michigan's Anishinaabemowin language program, a thriving community of language teachers and learners, with our series of arts-based research symposia, in which we about the place of performance and women's work in language survivance and revitalization, about decolonizing methodologies and performance, about honoring Native women artists, and about intercultural performance practices. Informasi buku dari Zed Books Judul: Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples Penulis: Linda Tuhiwai Smith Penerbit: Zed Books Tahun terbitan: 1999. Shades of Silence · Home · S.o.S. We came out of war zones and rebellions where self-defense is our decolonial methodologies. Research Adventures on Indigenous Lands.