Indigenous knowledges in global contexts : multiple readings of our world /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Hall, Budd L., Rosenberg, Dorothy Goldin, Dei, George J. Sefa (George Jerry Sefa), 1954-
Format: Book
Published: Toronto ; Buffalo : OISE/UT book published in association with University of Toronto Press, [2000]
Table of Contents:
  • Updating Aboriginal traditions of knowledge / Marlene Brant Castellano
  • Heart knowledge, blood memory, and the voice of the land: implications of research among Hawaiian elders / Leilani Holmes
  • Indigenous knowledge : lessons from the elders- a Kenyan case study / Njoki Nathani Wane
  • African development : the relevance and implications of 'indigenousness' / George J. Sefa Dei
  • Oral Narratives as a site of resistance : indigenous knowledge, colonialism, and western discourse / Elizabeth McIsaac
  • The retention of knowledge of folkways as a basis for resistance / Patience Elabor-Idemudia
  • Indigenous nations and the human genome diversity project / Sandra S. Awang
  • Toward indigenous wholeness : feminist praxis in transformative learning on health and the environment / Dorothy Goldin Rosenberg
  • Native studies and the academy / Joseph Couture
  • Toward an embodied pedagogy : exploring health and the body through Chinese medicine / Roxana Ng
  • Not so strange bedfellows : indigenous knowledge, literature studies, and African development / Handel Kashope Wright
  • Breaking the educational silence : For Seven Generations, an information legacy of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples / Budd L. Hall
  • Ayurveda : mother of indigenous health knowledge / Farah M. Shroff
  • Partnership in practice : some reflections on the Aboriginal healing and wellness strategy / Suzanne Dudziak
  • Peace research and African development : an indigenous African perspective / Thomas Mark Turay
  • Mpambo, the African multiversity: a philosophy to rekindle the African spirit / Paul Wangoola.