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"Reclaiming Indigenous Research in Higher Education" is a compelling exploration of the strides taken by Native scholars to center tribal knowledge and values in academic research. Published on February 27, 2018, and inspired by social justice leader Adrienne Keene, this book addresses the underrepresentation of Indigenous students in higher education. With only one percent of Indigenous students in post-secondary institutions, the ripple effects are profound, from reduced research funding to the marginalization of their interests in diversity projects. This thought-provoking work delves deep into how Indigenous methodologies, rooted in tribal systems and values, are revolutionizing scholarly research. It brings to light the experiences of Native American students navigating through educational pathways and the journey of tribal college transfers. Ideal for college students and educators, this book not only educates but also encourages critical reflection on the intersection of indigenous rights and education equity.
Published by Rutgers University Press on February 27, 2018
244 pages
ISBN: 9780813588698
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