Many of the readings are available on the eReserve.
Barnhardt, R., & Kawagley, A. O. (2008). Culture, chaos and complexity: Catalysts for change in Indigenous education. In B. Després (Ed.), Systems thinkers in action (pp. 205-226). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education.
Greenberg, J., & Perry, A. (2005). Creating inclusive classrooms: A view through the student lens. In M.L. Ouellett (Ed.), Teaching inclusively: Resources for course, department & institutional change in higher education (pp. 551-565). Stillwater, OK: New Forums.
Kitano, M. K. (1997). What a course will look like after multicultural change. In A. I. Morey & M. K. Kitano (Eds.), Multicultural course transformation in higher education: A broader truth (pp. 18-34). Boston: Allyn Bacon.
Mihesuah, D.A. & Wilson, A.C., eds. (2004). Indigenizing the Academy: Transforming Scholarship and Empowering Communities. Lincoln, Nebr.: University of Nebraska Press.(Chapters 4,6,8,9,10)
Smith, L.T. (1999). Decolonizing methodologies: Research and Indigenous perspectives. New York: Zed Books. (Chapters 8: Twenty-five Indigenous Projects)
Books on reserve in Odegaard
American Indian & Alaska Native Studies:
Bataille, G.M. (Ed.). (2001). Native American representations: First encounters, distorted images, and literary appropriations. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Partial contents: As if an Indian were really an Indian: Native American voices and postcolonial theory / Louis Owens -- The Indians America loves to love and read: American Indian identity and cultural appropriation / Kathryn Shanley -- Representation and cultural sovereignty: some case studies / David Murray -- Telling stories for readers: the interplay of orality and literacy in Clara Pearson's Nehalem Tillamook tales / Jarold Ramsey -- Cooperation and resistance: Native American collaborative personal narrative / Kathleen M. Sands -- Identity and exchange: the representation of "The Indian" in the Federal Writers Project and in contemporary Native American literature / Hartwig Isernhagen -- Metacritical frames of reference in studying American Indian literature: and afterword / Kathryn Shanley.
Battiste, M. (Ed.). (2000). Reclaiming Indigenous voice and vision. Vancouver: UBC Press.
Partial contents: Western door: mapping colonialism. The context of the state of nature / James (Sákéj) Youngblood Henderson -- Indigenous peoples and postcolonial colonialism / Robert Yazzie -- Applied postcolonial clinical and research strategies / Bonnie Duran and Eduardo Duran -- From hand to mouth: the postcolonial politics of oral and written traditions / J. Edward Chamberlin -- The "repressive tolerance" of cultural peripheries / Asha Varadharajan -- Processes of decolonization / Poka Laenui (Hayden F. Burgess) -- -- Maintaining aboriginal identity, language, and culture in modern society / Marie Battiste -- Protecting aboriginal identity, language, and culture in modern society / Marie Battiste -- Protecting and respecting indigenous knowledge / Graham Hingangaroa Smith -- Kaupapa Maori research / Linda Tuhiwai Te Rina Smith -- Ayukpachi: empowering aboriginal thought / James (Sákéj) Youngblood Henderson.
Champagne, D. (Ed.). (1999). Contemporary Native American cultural issues. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press.
Partial Contents: American Indian identities: issues of individual choices and development / Devon A. Mihesuah -- Aboriginal women and self-government: challenging Leviathan / Katherine Beaty Chiste -- The good red road: journeys of homecoming in native women's writings / Beth Brant -- Contemporary tribal codes and gender issues / Bruce G. Miller -- imperialism and the marketing of Native America / Laurie Anne Whitt -- Native media's communities / Steven Leuthold -- Shadow catchers or snatchers?: ethical issues for photographers of Native Americans / Lee Philip Brumbaugh -- Friendly fire: when environmentalists dehumanize American Indians / David Waller
Daley, P.J., & James, B.A. 2004. Cultural politics and mass media: Alaska Native voices. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Introduction : Alaska Natives' mass-mediated challenges to Euro-American cultural hegemony -- Missionary voices as the discursive terrain for Native resistance -- How raven gave voice to a talking newspaper : the case of the Alaska fisherman -- Voices of subsistence in the technocratic wilderness : Alaska Natives and the tundra times -- Warming the arctic air : cultural politics and Alaska Native radio -- Whose vision is it anyway? : technology, community television and cultural politics.
Dyson, L.E., Hendriks, M. & Grant, S. (Eds.). 2007. Information technology and indigenous people. Hershey, PA: Information Science Publication.
"This book provides theoretical and empirical information related to the planning and execution of IT projects aimed at serving indigenous people. It explores cultural concerns with IT implementation, including language issues & questions of cultural appropriateness"--Provided by publisher.
Metoyer-Duran, C. (1993). Gatekeepers in ethnolinguistic communities. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.
Discusses the concept of gatekeepers in the area of information and culture and presents a model for the information-seeking behavior of ethnolinguistic gatekeepers. Highlights include information needs and use models; information inequity in information and retrieval programs; affective and cognitive domains; and research implications.
Ongley, D. 2005. International indigenous librarians' forum III: proceedings. [Norman, OK?] : American Indian Library Association.
Partial contents: Aboriginal awareness at the National Library of Canada / Deborah Lee -- A physical translation of Native American philosophy into the learning place / Marilyn Russell and Paul Fragua -- The National Museum of the American Indian Library / Lynne Alstatt -- Culturally appropriate treatment of sacred materials / Mildred (Suzy) Bear -- Developing collections of books about American Indians : youth collections / by Naomi R. Caldwell -- Collaborations to advance tribal library development / Loriene Roy -- Partnerships to improve tribal community librarianship / Rebecca Swift -- The Native Hawaiian e-library project "Ulu Kau" / Mahealani Merryman -- Tribal libraries program, New Mexico State Library / Dana John -- Cyber sovereignty : digital Diné / Jean Whitehorse -- Two-strand sweet grass: towards indigenous classification / Ann Doyle.
Smith, L.T. (1999). Decolonizing methodologies: Research and Indigenous perspectives. New York: Zed Books.
Thornton, R. 1998. Studying Native America: Problems and prospects. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.
Partial contents: Perspectives on Native American identity / Raymond D. Fogelson -- Native Americans and the trauma of history / Bonnie Duran, Eduardo Duran, and Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart -- Institutional and intellectual histories of Native American studies / Russell Thornton -- Literature and students in the emergence of Native American studies / Robert Allen Warrior -- Directions in Native American science and technology / Clara Sue Kidwell and Peter Nabokov -- Who owns our past? / Russell Thornton.
Kingston-Mann, E. & T. Sieber (Eds.). (2001). Achieving against the odds: How academics become teachers of diverse students. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Contents: Introduction, Achieving against the odds / Esther Kingston-Mann and Tim Sieber -- Coming out and leading out : pedagogy beyond the closet / Kathleen M. Sands -- Three steps forward, one step back : dilemmas of upward mobility / Esther Kingston-Mann -- Learning to listen to students and oneself / Tim Sieber -- Language and cultural capital : reflections of a "junior" professor / Reyes Coll-Tellechea -- Racial problems in society and in the classroom / Castellano B. Turner -- Teaching (as) composing / Vivian Zamel -- Teaching, tenure, and institutional transformation : reflections on race, culture, and resilience at an urban public university / Peter Nien-chu Kiang -- Teaching American dreams/American realities : students' lives and faculty agendas / Lois Rudnick -- Teaching, learning, and judging : some reflections on the university and political legitimacy / Winston E. Langley -- Gender trouble in the gender course : managing and mismanaging conflict in the classroom / Estelle Disch -- Odd man out / Pancho Savery.
Kitano, M. K., & A. I. Morey (Eds.). 1997). Multicultural course transformation in higher education: A broader truth. Boston: Allyn Bacon.
Partial contents: Doing multiculturalism : conceptualizing curricular change / Deborah S. Rosenfelt -- Instructional strategies / Eleanor W. Lynch -- Assessment of student learning / Rena B. Lewis -- Classroom dynamics : disclosing the hidden curriculum / Terry Jones and Gale Auletta Young -- Creating an enabling learning environment for non-native speakers of English / Kate Kinsella -- Making mathematics instruction inclusive / Efraim P. Armendariz and Louise Hasty -- Multicultural science : focus on the biological and environmental sciences / Judith W. Rosenthal -- The humanities / Jackie R. Donath -- Integrating race and gender into introductory economics / Robin L. Bartlett and Susan F. Feiner -- Multicultural infusion in teacher education : foundations and applications / Geneva Gay -- Integrating transcultural knowledge into nursing curricula : an American Indian example / Karine Crow -- Organizational change and implementation strategies for multicultural infusion / Ann Intili Morey.
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