Rethinking Intercultural Approaches to Indigenous Environmental Education and Research
GENERAL EDITORS: CONSTANCE RUSSELL & JUSTIN DILLON
The [Re]thinking Environmental Education book series is a response to the international recognition that environmental issues have taken center stage in political and social discourse. Resolution and/or re-evaluation of the many contemporary environmental issues will require a thoughtful, informed, and well-educated citizenry. Quality environmental education does not come easily; it must be grounded in mindful practice and research excellence. This series reflects the highest quality of contemporary scholarship and, as such, is positioned at the leading edge not only of the field of environmental education, but of education generally. There are many approaches to environmental education research and delivery, each grounded in particular contexts and epistemological, ontological and axiological positions, and this series reflects that diversity.
For additional information about this series or for the submission of manuscripts, please contact:
Constance Russell & Justin Dillon c/o Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. 29 Broadway, 18th floor New York, New York 10006
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