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A Deeper Sense of Place

Stories and Journeys of Collaboration in Indigenous Research

Jay T. Johnson and Soren C. Larsen

Editors

First Peoples: New Directions in Indigenous Studies

6 × 9 inches. B&W photographs and illustration. Index. 248 pages.

2013. ISBN 978-0-87071-722-2. Paperback, $22.95.

In A Deeper Sense of Place, editors Jay Johnson and Soren Larsen collect stories, essays, and personal reflections from geographers who have worked collaboratively with Indigenous communities across the globe.

These first-person narratives offer insight into the challenges faced by Native and non-Native scholars to their academic and personal approaches during research with Indigenous communities. By addressing the ethical, political, intellectual, and practical meanings of collaboration with Indigenous peoples, A Deeper Sense of Place highlights the ways in which collaborative research can help Indigenous and settler communities find common ground through a shared commitment to land, people, and place.

A Deeper Sense of Place will inform students and academics engaged in research with Indigenous communities, as well as those interested in the challenges of employing critical, qualitative methodologies.

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