Aboriginal Studies (Teaching and Learning)

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Link to Complete Bibliography
For a complete bibliography, please visit the CTLT's shared folder on Refworks.

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Indigenous Education

  • Battiste, M. A., & Barman, J. (1995). First Nations education in Canada: The circle unfolds. Vancouver: UBC Press. Available in the CTLT Resource RoomUbc-elink.png
  • Greymorning, S. (2000). Observations on response towards Indigenous cultural perspectives as paradigms in the classroom.Permalink.svg Permalink
  • Harris, H. (2002). Coyote goes to school: The paradox of indigenous higher education. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 26(2), 187-96. Ubc-elink.png
  • Marker, M. (2004). The four rs revisited: Some reflections on first nations and higher education. In L. Andres (Ed.), Student affairs: Experiencing higher education (pp. 171-188). Vancouver, Canada: UBC Press. Ubc-elink.png
  • Neil, R. (2000). Voice of the drum: Indigenous education and culture. Brandon, Canada: Kingfisher. Ubc-elink.png
  • Nielsen, T. W. (2010). Lost in translation? rethinking first nation education via LUCID insights. International Review of Education, 56(4), 411-433. Ubc-elink.png
  • Redwing Saunders, S. E., & Hill, S. M. (2007). Native education and in-classroom coalition-building: Factors and models in delivering an equitous authentic education. Canadian Journal of Education, 30(4), 1015-1045. Ubc-elink.png
  • Rodman, W. (2007). Lost and found in translation: An education in narrative in fieldwork and the classroom. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 38(3), 245-262. Ubc-elink.png
  • Stairs, A. (1994). The cultural negotiation of Indigenous education: Between microethnography and model-building. Peabody Journal of Education, 69(2), 154-71. Ubc-elink.png

Indigenous Students and Representations in Higher Education

  • Hampton, M., & Roy, J. (2002). Strategies for facilitating success of first nations students. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 32(3), 1-28. Ubc-elink.png
  • Leane, J. (2010). Aboriginal representation: Conflict or dialogue in the academy. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 39, 32-39. Ubc-elink.png
  • Restoule, J. (2005). Education as healing: How urban aboriginal men described post-secondary schooling as decolonising. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 34, 123-131. Ubc-elink.png

Histories & Cultures

  • Burnett, K., & Read, G. (Eds.). (2012). Aboriginal history: A reader. Don Mills, Canada: Oxford University Press. Ubc-elink.png
  • Lutz, J. S. (2008). Makúk : A new history of Aboriginal-white relations. Vancouver: UBC Press.Available in the CTLT Resource RoomUbc-elink.png
  • Stanley, T. J. (2009). The banality of colonialism: Encountering artifacts of genocide and white supremacy in vancouver today. In S. R. Steinberg (Ed.), Diversity and multiculturalism: A reader (pp. 143-159). New York, NY: Peter Lang. Ubc-elink.png
  • Warry, W. (2007). Ending denial: Understanding Aboriginal issues. Peterborough, Ont. ; Orchard Park, N.Y: Broadview Press.Available in the CTLT Resource RoomUbc-elink.png
  • van, d. W. (2007). Coalescing in cohorts: Building coalitions in first nations education. Canadian Journal of Education, 30(4), 989-1014. Ubc-elink.png

Race Relations

  • Razack, S. (2002). Race, space, and the law: Unmapping a white settler society. Toronto: Between the Lines.Available in the CTLT Resource RoomUbc-elink.png

Community Engagement

  • Harrison, B. (2001). Collaborative programs in indigenous communities: From fieldwork to practice. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira. Ubc-elink.png

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