Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society is a journal that ‘seeks to explore the relationships between knowledges and tears down the artificial disciplinary demarcations of dominant ways of knowing and being.’
In this issue, published in September of 2018:
Introduction: Indigenous peoples and the politics of water
We Have Stories:Five generations of Indigenous women in water
Future rivers of the Anthropocene or whose Anthropocene is it?
Decolonizing Hydrosocial Relations: The River as a Site of Ethical Encounter in Alan Michelson’s TwoRow II
Do some work for me: Settler colonialism, professional communication, and representations of Indigenous water
Holding the Headwaters: Northern California Indian Resistance to State and Corporate Water Development