|Title||Indigenous Paradigms, Rankean Conventions and the Quest for a Post-colonial Saskatchewan History. A Brief Review of Selected Local Indigenous Written Scholarship|
|Created by:||Michael Cottrell|
|Description:||Uses Shawn Wilsonís book Research is Ceremony as a framework to consider the research and writings of Indigenous history scholars which privileges oral communication, personal relationships, intuition and subjectivity; challenges the objectivity of the researcher, the data being studied and the research process.
Entire Issue on one .pdf, scroll to page 22.
|Citation:||Saskatchewan History, Vol. 61, No. 1, Spring, 2009, pp. 22-25.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Literature & Stories > Authors
Indigenous Studies Portal > Education > Cultural Framework
Indigenous Studies Portal > History > Oral History
Indigenous Studies Portal > Literature & Stories > Oral Traditions
Indigenous Studies Portal > Literature & Stories > Personal Narratives & Interviews
|Names:||Cottrell, Michael [Find offline items]