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Indigenous knowledges in global contexts : multiple readings of our world / edited by George J. Sefa Dei, Budd L. Hall, and Dorothy Goldin Rosenberg.

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Location: Fennell STACKS GN476 .I53 2000
Barcode: 30731101170284
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  • ISBN: 9780802042002
  • ISBN: 0802042007
  • ISBN: 9780802080592
  • ISBN: 0802080596
  • Physical Description: xvi, 282 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Toronto ; Published in association with University of Toronto Press, 2000.

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"An OISE/UT book."
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Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note:
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.
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Indigenous knowledges are understood as the common sense ideas and cultural knowledges of local peoples concerning the everyday realities of living. This definition refers to the epistemic saliency of cultural traditions, values, belief systems and world views that, in any indigenous society, are imparted to the younger generation by community elders. It is also refers to world views that are products of a profoundly direct experience of nature and its relationship with the social world. Bringing new and complex readings to the term 'indigenous', this collection of essays from Canadian and international contributors is an invitation to critically engage in the discussion of indigenous knowledges and their implication for academic decolonization.
Subject: Ethnoscience.
Ethnophilosophy.
Anthropology, Cultural.
Health Services, Indigenous.
Medicine, Traditional.
Knowledge.
Cross-Cultural Comparison.
Colonialism.
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