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Applying Indigenous Research Methods
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PART I Palm Upwards: "Reaching Back to Receive Lessons" 1 Hands Back, Hands Forward for Indigenous Storywork as Methodology Jo-ann Archibald Q'um Q'um Xiiem [Sto:lo- and St'at'imc] and Amy Parent Nox Ayaaw' ilt [Nisga'a] 2 Community Relationships within Indigenous Methodologies Elizabeth Fast [Metis/Mennonite] and Margaret Kovach [Plains Cree/Saulteaux/member of Treaty Four in southern Saskatchewan] 3 K'e and Tdayp-tday-gaw: Embodying Indigenous Relationality in Research Methods Leola Roberta Rainbow Tsinnajinnie [Dine/Filipina and accepted into Santa Ana Pueblo], Robin Starr Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn [Kiowa/Apache/Umatilla/Nez Perce/Assiniboine], and Tiffany S. Lee [Dibe Lizhini Dine/Oglala Lakota] PART II Palm Downwards: "The Challenge and Opportunity to Live These Teachings" 4 Enacting Indigenous Research Methods: Centering Dine Epistemology to Guide the Process Valerie J. Shirley [Dine] and Deidra Angulo [Dine] 5 Research Before and After the Academy: Learning Participatory Indigenous Methods Sandi Wemigwase [Waganakising Odawa] and Eve Tuck [Unangax] 6 Indigenous Methodologies in Graduate School: Accountability, Relationships, and Tensions Daniel Piper [White], Jacob Jacobe [White], Rose Yazzie [Dine], and Dolores Calderon [Tigua/Mexican] PART III Palms Joined: "Responsibility to Pass Those Teachings to Others" 7 Indigenous Teachers: At the Cross-Roads of Applying Indigenous Research Methodologies Jeremy Garcia [Hopi/Tewa], Samuel Tenakhongva [Hopi], and Bryant Honyouti [Hopi] 8 Re-centering Tribally-Specific Research Methodologies within Dominant Academic Systems Michael M. Munson [Selis, Ql'ispe, and non-Native ancestries] and Timothy San Pedro 9 Mo'olelo: Continuity, Stories, and Research in Hawai'i Sunnie Kaikala Ma-kua [`O - iwi Hawai`i], Manulani Aluli Meyer [`O - iwi Hawai`i], and Lynette Lokelani Wakinekona [`O - iwi Hawai`i] Afterword: To Be an Indigenous Scholar Cornel Pewewardy [Comanche-Kiowa] List of Contributors

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Sweeney Windchief is a member of the Fort Peck Tribes (Assiniboine) in Montana and is an Assistant Professor of Adult and Higher Education at Montana State University, USA. Timothy San Pedro is Filipino-American and grew up on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Western Montana. He is an Assistant Professor of Multicultural and Equity Studies in Education at The Ohio State University, USA.

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