This is a working reading list, a (begining) record and (attempted) organization of all the material I have read in the process of self-growth and completion of my PhD dissertation. Note: I don’t necessarily endorse everything on this list; however, I have gained valuable information from all of these resources. The list is on-going and incomplete and it will contain articles and books I am planning to read but just have not gotten to yet.
Absolon, K. & Willett, C. (2005). Putting ourselves forward: Location in aboriginal research. L. Brown & S. Strega (Eds.). Research as resistance. (pp. 97-126). Toronto, ON: Canada: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Adams, D. (1995). Education for extinction: American Indians and the boarding school experience 1875-1928. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press.
Alfred, T. (1999). Peace, Power, Righteousness: An Indigenous Manifesto, Toronto & Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Alfred, T. (2005). Wasáse: Indigenous Pathways of Action and Freedom, Toronto, UTP Higher Education.
Alfred, T. & Corntassel, J. J. (2005). Being Indigenous: Resurgences against Contemporary Colonialism. Government and Opposition: An International Journal of Comparative Politics, 40(4), 597–614.
Barnes H.W. (2002). Collaboration in community action: a successful participantship between indigenous communities and researchers. Health Promotion 3 International. (15) , 17-25.
Baskin, C. (2005). Circles of inclusion: Aboriginal worldviews in social work education. Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto Canada. Retrieved June 2, 2008, from Dissertations & Theses: Full Text database. (Publication No. AAT NR27745)
Bastien, B. (2005). Blackfoot ways of knowing: The Worldview of the Siksikaitsitapi. Calgary, AB, Canada: University of Calgary Press.
Battiste, M. Sa’k’ej, J. & Youngblood, H. (Eds.). (2005). Protecting Indigenous knowledge and heritage: A Global Challenge. Saskatoon, SK, Canada: Purich.
Battiste, M. (2000). Reclaiming indigenous voice and Vision. Vancouver, BC, Canada: University of British Columbia Press.
Berlin, I. (1986). Psychopathology and its antecedents among American Indian
Brayboy, B. M. J. (2005). Toward a critical race theory in education. The Urban Review, 37(5), 425-445.
Cardinal, T. (2010). For all my relations – An autobiographical narrative inquiry into the lived experiences of one aboriginal graduate student. (Masters thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada. Retrieved from https://era.library.ualberta.ca/public/datastream/get/uuid:a8a35b2a…/DS1
Champagne, D. (1998). American Indian studies is for everyone. A.D. Mihesuah (Ed.), Natives and academics: Researching and writing about American Indians (pp. 181-189). Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.
Chilisa, B. ( 2012). Indigenous research methodologies. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
Cole, P. (2002). Aboriginalizing methodology: Considering the canoe. Qualitative Studies in Education. 15(4), 447-459.
Dana-Sacco, G. (2010). Indigenous researcher as individual and collective. American Indian Quarterly. 34(1), 61-82.
Deloria, V., Jr. (1988) . Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto, Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press.
Deloria, V., Jr. (1997). Red earth white lies: Native Americans and the myth of scientific fact. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing.
Deloria, V., Jr. (2006). The World we used to live in: Remembering the powers of the medicine men. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing.
Ermine, W. Sinclair, R. & Jeffrey, B. (2004). The ethics of research involving indigenous peoples. Report of the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre to the Interagency Advisory Panel on Research Ethics. Indigenous peoples Health Research Centre: Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Faircloth, S. C. (2004). Utilizing Research Methods that Respect and Empower Indigenous Knowledge. Tribal College Journal 16(2), 24-27.
Fanon, F. (1967). The Wretched of the Earth. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
Fanon, F. (1980). A Dying Colonialism. London: Writers and Readers.
Fanon, F. (1986). Black Skin: White masks. London: Pluto.
Friere, P. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. New York: Continuum.
Freire, P. (1985). The Politics of Education: Culture, power and liberation. (D.Macedo, Trans.). South Hadley, MA: Bergin & Garvey.
Gaudry, A. J. P.(2011). Insurgent Research. Wicazo Sa Review 26(1), 113-136. University of Minnesota Press. Retrieved November 24, 2013, from Project MUSE database.
Giroux, H. (1991). Schooling as a form of cultural politics: Toward a pedagogy of difference. In H. Giroux & P. McLaren (Eds.). Critical Pedagogy, the State and Struggle. New York: Routledge.
Gone, J.P. (2009). A community-based treatment for native American historical trauma: Prospects for evidence-based practice. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 77940. 751-762.
Gonzalez y Gonzalez, E.M. & Lincoln, Y.S. (2007). Decolonizing academic research. N.K. Denzin & M. Giardino, (Eds.). Qualitative inquiry and the conservative challenge, (pp. 193-214). Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.
Guilfoyle, A. (2008). Embedding indigenous content into qualitative research in psychology. Reflective case studies: A case for social change. Proceedings of the EDU-COM 2008 International Conference. Sustainability in Higher Education: Directions for Change, (pp.201-211).
hooks, b. (1984). From margin to center. Cambridge, MA: South End Press.
hooks, b. (1990). Yearning: race, gender, and cultural politics. Boston, MA: South End Press.
hooks, b. (1994). Teaching to Transgress: Education as the practice of freedom. New York: Routledge.
hooks, b. (2003). Tearing out the root of self-hatred: Racism plays upon low- esteem within the black community. Our continued survival demands that we care for our own souls. The Other Side, 39 (3), 10-17.
Kincheloe, J. (1991). Teachers as Researchers: Qualitative inquiry as a path to empowerment. Bristol, PA: Falmer Press.
Kincheloe, J.L. & McLaren, P. L. (1994). Rethinking critical theory and qualitative research. In N.K. Denzin & Y.S. Lincoln (Eds.). Handbook of Qualitative Research. (pp. 138-157). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Qualifications.
Kincheloe, J.L., Steinberg, S.R. & Gresson, A.D. (Eds.). (1998). White Reign. New York: St Martins.
Kincheloe, J.L. (1999). The Struggle to Define and Reinvent Whiteness: A pedagogical analysis. College Literature, 26 (3), 162- 95.
Kovach, M. (2009). Indigenous methodologies: Characteristics, conversations, and contexts. Toronto, ON, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Lavallee, L. F. (2010). Practical application of an indigenous research framework and two qualitative indigenous research methods: Sharing circles and Anishnaabe symbol-based reflection. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. Calgary, AB, Canada: University of 20Alberta Press.
Light, Brown, L. & Sterega, S. (Eds.). (2005). Research as resistance: Critical indigenous and anti-oppressive approaches. Toronto, ON, Canada: Canadian Scholars Press. http://occupyresearchcollective.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/research_as_resistance__critical__indigenous__and_anti_oppressive_approaches1.pdf
Little Bear, L. (2004). Land: The Blackfoot source of identity: Proceedings from the conference beyond race and citizenship: Indigeneity in the 21st Century. Berkeley, CA: University of California.
Loppie, C. (2007). Learning from the grandmothers: Incorporating indigenous principles into qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research, 17(2), 276-284.
Louis, R. P. (2007). Can you hear us now? Voices from the margin: Using indigenous methodologies in geographic research. Geographical Research. 45(2), 130- 139.
Martin, K. (2003). Ways of knowing, being, and doing: A theoretical framework and methods for indigenous and indigenist research. Journal of Australian Studies. 27(76), 1-19.
McGregor, D., Bayha,W., & Simmons, D. (2010). Our Responsibility to Keep the Land Alive: Voices of Northern Indigenous Researchers. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health 8(1) 2010.
Menzies, C.R. (2001). Reflections on research, with for and among indigenous peoples. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 25 (1), 19-36.
Mihesuah, D.A. (Ed.). (1998). Natives and academics: Researching and writing about American Indians (pp.1-22). Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.
Mihesuah, D.A., & Grande, S. (2008). Red pedagogy, The un-methodology, N.K. Denzen, Y. S. Lincoln & L.T. Smith, (Eds.). (2008) Critical and Indigenous Methodologies. Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publishers.
Mihesuah, D. A. (Ed). (1998). Natives and academics researching and writing about American Indians. Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.
Moeke-Pickering, et al. (2006). Keeping our fire alive: Towards decolonizing research in the academic setting. WINHEC Journal. World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium, Honolulu, HI: retrieved from http://www.win-hec.org.
Morgensen, S. L. (2012). Destabilizing the Settler Academy: The Decolonial Effects of Indigenous Methodologies. American Quarterly 64 (4), 805-808.
Said, E. (1995). Orientalism. London: Penguin.
Smith, L. T. (2012). Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples. London: Zed Books Ltd.
Tuck, E., & Yang, K.W. (2012). Decolonization is not metaphor. Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society. (1)1, 1-40
Walters, K., et al.(2008). “Indigenist” collaborative research efforts in Native American communities. A. R. Stiffman (Ed.), The field research survival guide. New York, NY:Oxford University Press.
Weber-Pillwax, C. (2001). What is Indigenous research? Canadian Journal of Native Education (25), 166-174.
Weber-Piliwax, C. (2004). Indigenous Researchers and Indigenous Research Methods: Cultural Influences or Cultural Determinants of Research Methods. Pimatisiwin: A journal of aboriginal and indigenous community health. 2(1), 79-90.
Wildcat, D. (2009). Red Alert: Saving the Planet with Indigenous Knowledge. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing.