Tag Archives: decolonizing

New article: ANCSA as X-Mark

Tuck_ANCSA as x-mark 2014   Tuck, E. (2014). ANCSA as x-mark: Surface and subsurface claims of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. Alaska Native Studies, 1(1), 240-272.

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New article: Unbecoming Claims with K. Wayne Yang

Unbecoming Claims: Pedagogies of Refusal in Qualitative Research Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang, 2014 This article discusses the role of refusal in the analysis and communication of qualitative data, that is, the role of refusal in the work of … Continue reading

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New article: Geotheorizing Black/Land

Results of a recent “contingent collaboration” with The Black/Land Project Tuck, Smith, Guess, Benjamin & Jones_2014_Geotheorizing Black Land   Check out The Black/Land Project website

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Call for Papers Educational Studies

New Deadline!  November 1, 2013 CALL FOR PAPERS for a special issue of Educational Studies  Decolonizing, (Post)(Anti)Colonial, and Indigenous Education, Studies, and Theories Co-edited by Stephanie Daza, Luis Urrieta, Jr., and Eve Tuck  Manuscripts (6000-8000 words) due November 1, 2013  This … Continue reading

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