1. Introduction to Place in Research PART I 2. Conceptualizing Place 3. Decolonizing Perspectives on Place PART II 4. Methodologies of Critical Place Inquiry 5. Methods of Critical Place Inquiry 6. Indigenous Methods of Critical Place Inquiry 7. Ethical Imperatives of Critical Place Inquiry
Eve Tuck is Associate Professor of Critical Race and Indigenous Studies in the Department of Social Justice Education at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto. Marcia McKenzie is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Foundations and Director of the Sustainability Education Research Institute at the University of Saskatchewan.
Tuck and McKenzie uncover important areas for further research: work that links materiality to critical questions of environment, economy and society; theorisations of space and place; as well as ongoing theorisation of place in research.
I consider it an invaluable companion text for anyone researching in place.
-Susan Germein,Western Sydney University, Australia