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Decolonizing Curriculum: Faculty Resource Guide

Academic Articles

Battiste, M., Bell, L., & Findlay, L. M. (2002). Decolonizing education in Canadian universities: An interdisciplinary, international, Indigenous research projectCanadian Journal of Native Education26(2), 82–95. Access here.

Black, G. L., & Hachkowski, C. (2019). Indigenous learners: what university educators need to know. Journal of Further & Higher Education43(8), 1092–1108. Access here.

Csontos, J. (2019). Truth and decolonization: Filling the educator achievement gap darn it! The American Review of Canadian Studies, 49(1), 150-186. Access here.


Fortier, C. (2017). Unsettling methodologies/decolonizing movementsJournal of Indigenous Social Development6(1). Access here.


Gaudry, A., & Lorenz, D. (2018). Indigenization as inclusion, reconciliation, and decolonization: navigating the different visions for indigenizing the Canadian Academy. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples14(3), 218–227. Access here.


George, C. T. (2019). Decolonize, then Indigenize: Critical insights on decolonizing education and Indigenous resurgence in Canada. Antistasis, 9(1), 73-95. Access here.


Kennedy, A., McGowan, K., & El-Hussein, M. (2020). Indigenous Elders’ wisdom and dominionization in higher education: barriers and facilitators to decolonisation and reconciliationInternational Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-18. Access here.


Louie, D. W., Pratt, Y. P., Hanson, A. J., & Ottmann, J. (2017). Applying Indigenizing Principles of Decolonizing Methodologies in University Classrooms. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 47(3), 16–33.   Access here.


Munroe, E. A., Lunney-Borden, L., Murray-Orr, A., Toney, D., & Meader, J. (2013). Decolonizing Aboriginal Education in the 21st Century. McGill Journal of Education48(2), 317–337. Access here.


Yeo, M., Haggarty, L, & Wathu Wida. (2019). Unsettling Faculty Minds: A Faculty Learning Community on Indigenization. New Directions for Teaching & Learning, Spring(157), 27-41. Access here.