A deeper sense of place: Stories and journeys of indigenous-academic collaboration

Jay T. Johnson (Editor), Soren C. Larsen (Editor)

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Abstract

In A Deeper Sense of Place, editors Jay Johnson and Soren Larsen collect stories, essays, and personal reflections from geographers who have worked collaboratively with Indigenous communities across the globe. These first-person narratives offer insight into the challenges faced by Native and non-Native scholars to their academic and personal approaches during research with Indigenous communities. By addressing the ethical, political, intellectual, and practical meanings of collaboration with Indigenous peoples, A Deeper Sense of Place highlights the ways in which collaborative research can help Indigenous and settler communities find common ground through a shared commitment to land, people, and place. A Deeper Sense of Place will inform students and academics engaged in research with Indigenous communities, as well as those interested in the challenges of employing critical, qualitative methodologies.

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCorvallis, Oregon
PublisherOregon State University Press
Number of pages272
ISBN (Electronic)9780870717239
ISBN (Print)9780870717222, 0870717227
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2013

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