Book details

Publication date: June 2019
Features: 10 tables, 24 diagrams, notes, bibliography
Keywords: Indigenous Studies / Education
Subject(s): EDUCATION / Higher, Indigenous Studies / Education, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Indigenous Studies, EDUCATION / Philosophy, Theory & Social Aspects, Indigenous peoples, Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Studies / Education, Education, Indigenous Authors
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press
Huia Tomlins-Jahnke is Māori and a Professor at Massey University, New Zealand. Sandra Styres is of Kanien'kehá:ka, English, and French descent, and an Assistant Professor at OISE, University of Toronto. Spencer Lilley is Māori and a Senior Lecturer at Massey University. Dawn Zinga is Canadian of European descent, and a Professor in the Department of Child and Youth Studies at Brock University.

"Indigenous Education documents the uphill battle against stand-pat public schooling. Anyone who stepped foot in a classroom as student or parent will find common ground with these eloquent critics.... Indigenous Education is compelling and frankly infuriating, but don’t take the editors’ word for it. Read your child’s textbook for yourself."

Holly Doan, Blacklock's Reporter

"The volume editors have woven these chapters into a tapestry of research, meaning, and reflection that is cohesive and easy to follow. This work will be embraced widely and will further the evolution of an Indigenously-informed philosophy of education."

Greg Cajete, Professor, University of New Mexico

Expanding the Indigenous Education Agenda
A Foreword
LINDA TUHIWAI SMITH

Opening
Contested Spaces and Expanding the Indigenous Education Agenda
SANDRA STYRES, DAWN ZINGA, SPENCER LILLEY & HUIA TOMLINS-JAHNKE

I Vision / Theoretical Approaches to Indigenous Education

1 Education Through Paideia
The Contested Space of the Indigenous Psyche
MARGARET J. MAAKA

2 Pathways for Remembering and (Re)cognizing Indigenous Thought
in Education
Indigenizing Teacher Education and the Academy
SANDRA STYRES

3 Kaupapa Māori within the Academy
Negotiating Sites of Struggle
LEONIE PIHAMA

4 Contested Spaces
Indigeneity and Epistemologies of Ignorance
HUIA TOMLINS-JAHNKE

5 Homo Economicus and Forgetful Curriculum
Remembering Other Ways to Be a Human Being
DWAYNE DONALD

II Relationships / Negotiating Contested Spaces

6 Contested Places in Education
The Radical Potential for “Being Māori”
WALLY PENETITO

7 He Pelapela anei ka ‘Ōlelo a ka Hawai‘i?
Contested Values in Language Revitalization
K. LAIANA WONG & SAM L. NO‘EAU WARNER

8 Wisdom Maps
Metaphors as Maps
KATRINA-ANN R. KAPA‘ANAOKALAOKEOLA NAKOA OLIVEIRA

9 What’s in a Name?
Contested Eponyms
SPENCER LILLEY

10 Contested Spaces of Indigenization in Canadian Higher Education
Reciprocal Relationships and Institutional Responsibilities
MICHELLE PIDGEON

III Knowledge / Practice and Pedagogy

11 Confronting Indigenous Identities in Transcultural Contexts
FRANK DEER

12 Preparing Teachers for Indigenous Language
Immersion Classrooms
MARGIE HOHEPA & NGAREWA HAWERA

13 Teaching as the Creation of Ethical Space
Indigenous Student Learning in the Academy/University
DAWN ZINGA

14 Exploring Teacher Candidate Resistance to Indigenous Content
in a Teacher Education Program
JEAN-PAUL RESTOULE & ANGELA NARDOZI

15 Kia Mahi Hei Waewae Mo Te Atawhai
MARI ROPATA-TE HEI

IV Action / New Directions in Indigenous Education

16 Improving Special Needs Education for Māori Children
Concepts, Principles, and a Promising Program
JILL BEVAN-BROWN

17 Maintaining Indigeneity within Education and Broader Contexts
WIREMU DOHERTY

18 Essentially Māori
A Māori Art Paradigm
ROBERT JAHNKE

19 Indigenous Knowledge Systems as the Missing Link
in Scientific Worldviews
A Discussion on Western Science as a Contested Space
DANIEL LIPE

20 Is “Space” the Final Frontier?
Talking Forward Indigenous Frameworks in Education
PATRICIA MARINGI G. JOHNSTON

Closing
Drawing the Threads of Contested Spaces
SPENCER LILLEY, HUIA TOMLINS-JAHNKE, SANDRA STYRES & DAWN ZINGA

Contributors
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