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From Bricolage to Metissage
Rethinking Intercultural Approaches to Indigenous Environmental Education and Research
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"The empowerment teachings and practices by Indigenous peoples the world over today are especially crucial to the dawning hope for more sustainable knowledge and respectful relationships with the land and its many inhabitants. Here, Gregory Lowan-Trudeau generously theorizes, documents, and himself provides the ways in which Indigenous Environmental Education constitutes a form of integral educational leadership that is at once extremely timely and creatively emergent, but on the other hand deeply traditional and based in the long-standing understandings that can only emerge from careful partnership with nature in all of its biocultural diversity-in-place. In this, the book importantly bridges communities and scholarly debates, and I'm honored to support it as a pathway forward. For sure, this is a necessary text that every critical environmental educator and ecopedagogue should both listen to and from which they can learn." (Richard Kahn, PhD, Core Faculty in Education, Antioch University Los Angeles) "This book offers in-depth discussions that will appeal to a wide audience." Adam Vincent, JCACS Vol. 14, No. 1/2016)
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Gregory Lowan-Trudeau, PhD is a Metis scholar and educator. He is Assistant Professor in the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of First Nations Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia, Canada. Greg is the 2014 recipient of the Canadian Education Association's Pat Clifford Award for Early Career Research in Education.