Indigenous Resistance & Decolonization

  • Kaandossiwin, 2nd Edition

    How We Come to Know: Indigenous Re-Search Methodologies

    By Kathleen E.  Absolon (Minogiizhigokwe)     Forthcoming May 2022

    Kaandossiwin renders Indigenous research methodologies visible and helps to guard other ways of knowing from colonial repression in academia

  • White Benevolence

    Racism and Colonial Violence in the Helping Professions

    Edited by Amanda Gebhard, Sheelah McLean and Verna St. Denis     Forthcoming May 2022

    Racism is normalized as benevolence in the helping professions of education, social work, public health and justice. What might it look like to transform these professions with anti-racist education and a serious reckoning with colonial history?

  • Decolonizing Equity

    Edited by Billie Allan and V.C. Rhonda Hackett  Foreword by OmiSoore Dryden     May 2022

    This book acknowledges the equity work BIPOC staff do in all institutions as both a burden and a survival mechanism, then explores how this necessary work be done in a less harmful way.

  • Reconciliation and Indigenous Justice

    A Search for Ways Forward

    By David Milward     April 2022

    This book provides an account of the ongoing ties between the enduring traumas caused by the residential schools and Indigenous over-incarceration

  • Divided

    Populism, Polarization and Power in the New Saskatchewan

    Edited by JoAnn Jaffe, Patricia W. Elliott and Cora Sellers     October 2021

    Divided is a collection of essays that offers multiple windows into the origins and impacts of the current state of populism and hyper-partisanship in Saskatchewan and beyond.

  • Living in Indigenous Sovereignty

    By Elizabeth Carlson-Manathara  With Gladys Rowe     May 2021

    This book offers inspiration and guidance for non-Indigenous peoples who wish to live honourably in relationship with Indigenous Peoples, laws and lands. A much-needed book in our time.

  • Academic Well-Being of Racialized Students

    Edited by Benita Bunjun     April 2021

    Through the multiple genres of essay, art, poetry and photography, this book intelligently examines the experiences of racialized students in the Canadian academy, emphasizing the crucial kinship relations they forge.

  • To Be A Water Protector

    The Rise of the Wiindigoo Slayers

    By Winona LaDuke     December 2020

    Winona LaDuke is a leader in cultural-based sustainable development strategies, renewable energy, sustainable food systems and Indigenous rights. To Be a Water Protector, explores issues that have been central to her activism for many years — sacred Mother Earth, our despoiling of Earth and the activism at Standing Rock and opposing Line 3.

  • Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

    A Mechanism of Decolonization

    By Sarah MacKenzie     November 2020

    Closely analyzing dramatic texts by Monique Mojica, Marie Clements, and Yvette Nolan, MacKenzie explores representations of gendered colonialist violence in order to determine the varying ways in which these representations are employed subversively and informatively by Indigenous women.

  • Warrior Life

    Indigenous Resistance and Resurgence

    By Pamela Palmater     October 2020

    “In this moment of multiple existential crises from climate change to species extinction, ocean degradation, toxic pollution and so on, the Indigenous struggle to regain authority over land provides an opportunity to see our place in the world differently. To me, that is what Palmater’s fiery rhetoric is calling for, a chance to see the world through the lenses of different values.” —David Suzuki