Indigenous Pedagogy Resources

The following resources were aggregated for UNCG’s Indigenous Pedagogy Workshop. Feel free to review the following sites, articles, and chapters from edited volumes that address various elements of indigenous experience and ways of knowing.

Link to an Overview of the Workshop

Red Pedagogy: Native American Social and Political Thought by Sandy Grande

Indian Country Today Site

Why Land Acknowledgments Matter: A guide to indigenous land acknowledgment

Native Land Digital Map:

Project 562 – national photography project dedicated to photographing over 562 federally recognized tribes in The United States

Stop Talking: Indigenous Ways of Teaching and Learning and Difficult Dialogues in Higher Education (Merculieff & Roderick 2013)

Relearning the Star Stories of Indigenous Peoples (Taylor 2019)

Healing: the stories of academic success and barriers faced by Lumbee tribal young adults (Locklear 2017)

“Do you live in a Teepee? Do you have Running Water?” The harrowing Experiences of American Indians in North Carolina’s Urban K-12 Schools (Hunt, Locklear, Bullard, & Pacheco 2020)

Under the Rattlesnake: Cherokee Health and Resiliency (Lefler & Belt 2009) – UNCG Library E-book (requires UNCG login credentials) or (you can purchase a copy here on amazon.)

Introduction: Coloniality of power and de-colonial thinking (Mignolo 2007)

Nourishing the Learning Spirit: Living Our Way to New Thinking (Battiste 2010) or visit ERIC

Naturalizing Indigenous Knowledge with Eurocentric Education (Battiste & Youngblood Henderson 2000)

Indigenous Concepts of Education: Toward elevating humanity for all learners (Van Wyk & Adeniji-Neill, eds. 2014)

Red Pedagogy in TEACH BOLDLY! (Grande 2010) or visit JSTOR

Handbook of Critical and Indigenous Methodologies (Denzin, Lincoln, Tuhiwai Smith, eds. 2014) – find the full book at Sage Publications

Grande. Red Pedagogy: The Un-Methodology or visit Sage Publications site

Cajete. Seven Orientations for the Development of Indigenous Science or visit Sage Publications site

Kincheloe & Steinberg. Indigenous Knowledges in Education: Complexities, Dangers, and Profound Benefits or visit Sage Publications site