Rethinking Intercultural Approaches to Indigenous Environmental Education and Research
First and foremost I would like to acknowledge the ongoing support and encouragement of my family. I am grateful to you all for your encouragement and guidance. Thank you. Merci. Wela’lin.
I would also like to recognize and extend deep gratitude to the participants in both studies for their generous insights.
The staff and faculty of the University of Calgary’s Werklund School of Education also deserve great appreciation, most especially my doctoral supervisor, Dr. Gail Jardine, for her unwavering commitment and dedication to facilitating my research journey. Many thanks also to my doctoral supervisory committee that involved, at different stages, Dr. Ann Sherman, the late Dr. Jeff Jacob, Dr. Cecille DePass, and Dr. Sylvie Roy. Thank you all for your support, encouragement, and adaptability. Thanks also to the external examiners of my doctoral dissertation, Dr. Cynthia Chambers and Dr. Mishka Lysack.
Warm thanks also to the staff and faculty of Lakehead University’s Faculty of Education for providing me with a physical, intellectual, and existential home-away-from-home during the last two years of my doctoral studies. Special thanks especially to Dr. Connie Russell and Dr. Bob Jickling for your ongoing insight, encouragement, and friendship. Thanks also to Dr. Russell ← ix | x → and Dr. Justin Dillon for inviting me to contribute to this series and for your excellent editorial support.
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