An initiative from the Thomas A. Edge Archives, asking for the AU community’s help to create an archive of our individual and shared experiences during the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We want to encourage all AU students, staff, and alumni, and the residents of the Town and County of Athabasca, to share your story with us. For more information see the article in The Hub about it: COVID-19 Memory Archive Project.
Living on the Land Indigenous Women's Understanding of Place
edited by Nathalie Kermoal and Isabel Altamirano-Jiménez
An extensive body of literature on Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing has been written since the 1980s. This research has for the most part been conducted by scholars operating within Western epistemological frameworks that tend not only to deny the subjectivity of knowledge but also to privilege masculine authority. As a result, the information gathered predominantly reflects the types of knowledge traditionally held by men, yielding a perspective that is at once gendered and incomplete.
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