WINHEC: International Journal of Indigenous Education Scholarship

The WINHEC Journal is a open access, peer-reviewed publication celebrating Indigenous Knowledges. As a multidisciplinary publication, the WINHEC Journal is dedicated to the exploration and advancement of issues related to Indigenous education, research, culture, and language central to the lives of WINHEC nations and members.

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WINHEC: An International Journal of Indigenous Education Scholarship: Special Issue: Indigenous Cultural Leadership

 

Special Issue: Indigenous Cultural Leadership

Calls for Papers for the upcoming issue, July 2019.

1. What constitutes transformative, visionary or creative cultural leadership in educatonal and/or schooling contexts?

2. What representations, approaches, theories or models are being used to inform cultural leadership in educational and/or schooling contexts?

3. What examples of tribal and/or community-based cultural leadership practices are being adopted to inform educational and/or schooling contexts, curriculum or content?

4. In educational and/or schooling contexts what does cultural leadership look like, feel like, sound like, and why from a socio-cuitural perspective(s)?

5. Who are often acknowledged or referred to as making a difference in cultural leadership practice?  How, and why did they work to create change and/or make a difference with/in educational and/or schooling contexts?

 
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Table of Contents

Full Issue
 
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Articles

Ray Barnhardt
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2-13
Donna Chief, Brendan Smyth
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14-23
Kelli Te Maihāroa
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24-39
Torkel Rasmussen
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40-56
Nils Dannemark, Mikkel Rasmus Logje, Karen Marit Siri, Angelika Syrovatskaya, John Todal, Antonina Vinokurova
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57-80

Book Reviews

Robertson Boni
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81-84
About the Contributors
 
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