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The publishing jungle — K.I.N. Knowledge in Indigenous Networks

In our last post about publishing we briefly mentioned to watch out for predatory journals. In this blog I will not name any predatory journals or publishers for fear of being sued, but they are not hard to find on the net. There is the saying, “If it is too good to be true then […]

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27/02/2019 · 19:12

Review of Tuai — Kate Fullagar

Tuai: A Traveller in Two Worlds. By Alison Jones and Kuni Kaa Jenkins. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2017. Pp. 288. NZD$45.00 paper. This lushly-presented, award-winning book is a biography of a commonly cited but little researched early Māori globetrotter. Tuai was a Ngare Raumati chief from what Europeans named the Bay of Islands. Born around […]

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16/01/2019 · 14:44

Indigenous peoples and the politics of water — Unsettling America

Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education, & Society Vol 7 No 1 (2018): Indigenous Peoples and the Politics of Water Introduction by Melanie Yazzie and Cutcha Risling Baldy In recent history, we have seen water assume a distinct and prominent role in Indigenous political formations. Indigenous peoples around the world are increasingly forced to formulate innovative and powerful […]

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10/09/2018 · 14:45