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Visioning a Mi’kmaw Humanities indigenizing the academy

Visioning a Mi’kmaw Humanities indigenizing the academy

edited by Marie Battiste

EUROCENTRIC—RACIST—education has cost indigenous peoples plenty: erosion or loss of their languages; denigration of spiritual identities and traditions; disconnection from elders, lands, livelihood; loss of spiritual connection to the land; and more.

This new collection by Marie Battiste of Eskasoni envisions an interdisciplinary approach to the humanities—history, philosophy, theology, languages, and literature—and society, offering new perspectives to living in relation with each other, and a transformative approach to education.


C$27.95