Rethinking Intercultural Approaches to Indigenous Environmental Education and Research
Modified excerpts from the following publications are gratefully reproduced here with permission: Lowan-Trudeau, G. (under review). Three-eyed seeing? Considering Indigenous ecological knowledge in culturally complex contexts. Alberta Science Education Journal. Lowan-Trudeau, G. (in press). Indigenous environmental education in North America and beyond. In C. Russell, J. Dillon & M. Breunig (Eds.). Environmental Education Reader. New York: Peter Lang. Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2013). Indigenous environmental education research in North America: A brief review. In R. Stevenson, M. Brody, J. Dillon & A.E.J. Wals (Eds.), International handbook of research on environmental education (pp. 404–408). New York: Routledge & The American Educational Research Association. Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2014). Considering ecological métissage: To blend or not to blend? Journal of Experiential Education, 37(4), 351–366. Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2013). Navigating the wilderness between us: Exploring ecological mé- tissage as an emerging vision for environmental education in Canada [Thesis Synopsis]. Environmental Education Research, 19(2), 253–254. Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2012). Methodological métissage: An interpretive Indigenous approach to environmental education research. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 17, 113–130. Lowan, G. (2012). Expanding the conversation: Further explorations into Indigenous envi- ronmental science education theory, research, and practice. Cultural Studies in Science Education, 7, 71–81. xiv rethinking intercultural approaches Lowan, G. (2011). Adrift in our national consciousness: Meditations on the canoe. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 23(4), 25–29. Lowan, G. (2011). Ecological métissage: Exploring the third space in Canadian outdoor and environmental education. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 23(2)...
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