Volume 3 / Issue 2 (2019)

Special Issue:
Theorising Indigenous knowledge(s)

Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen & Irja Seurujärvi-Kari, University of Helsinki

Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen & Irja Seurujärvi-Kari
Introduction: Theorizing Indigenous Knowledge(s)

Carl Mika
When ‘water’ meets its limits: A Maori speculation on the term wai

Levi Marques Pereira, Rosa Sebastiana Colman and Camila Emboava Lopes
Knowledge dialogues: the role of Kaiowa and Guarani knowledge systems within the Intercultural Teacher Education program of the Federal University of Grande Dourados, Brazil

Mere Kepa
Mingling the hau [breath of life] in Aotearoa, New Zealand

Rani-Henrik Andersson
Re-Indigenizing National Parks: Toward a Theoretical Model of Re-Indigenization

Tuija Hautala-Hirvioja
An Indigenous Research Perspective on Sámi Visual Artist Nils-Aslak Valkeapää

Peter J. Mataira & Wasiq Silan (I-An Gao)
Insights into Positionality and the Voicing of Indigeneity in Research: Towards a Critical Theory of Inbetweenness

Michelle Francett-Hermes & Helena Pennanen
Relational ethics in Indigenous research – A reflexive navigation of whiteness and ally positionality

Hanna Guttorm, Lea Kantonen & Britt Kramvig
Pluriversal stories with Indigenous wor(l)ds creating paths to the other side of the mountain

Lectio Praecursoria:
Ellen Marie Jensen
Indigenous Methodologies and Philosophies in Academia

Dutkansearvvi dieđalaš áigečála
ISSN 2489-7930

Sámi Language and Culture Research Association