Reclaiming Indigenous Research in Higher Education

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Robin Starr Minthorn, Heather J. Shotton
Rutgers University Press, Feb 27, 2018 - Education - 244 pages
The need for indigenizing research in higher education scholarship / Charlotte Davidson, Heather J. Shotton, Robin Minthorn, and Stephanie Waterman -- "It was a process of decolonization and that's about as clear as I can put it" : Kuleana-centered higher education and the meanings of Hawaiianness / Erin Kahunawai Wright -- A methodology of beauty / Charlotte Davidson -- Understanding relationships in the college process : indigenous methodologies, reciprocity, and college horizon students / Adrienne Keene -- Story rug : weaving stories into research / Amanda Tachine -- Stealing horses : indigenous student metaphors for success in graduate education / Sweeney Windchief -- Predictors for American Indian/Alaskan Native student leadership / Theresa Jean Stewart -- Tribal college pathways / David Sanders and Matthew Van Alstine Makomenaw -- Moving beyond financial aid to support native college students : an examination of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program / Natalie Rose Youngbull -- The intersection of paying for college and tribal sovereignty : exploring native college student experiences in tribal financial aid / Christine A. Nelson -- Towards equity & equality : transforming universities into indigenous places of learning / Kaiwipuni Lipe -- Indigeneity in the methods : indigenous feminist theory in content analysis / Stephanie Waterman -- Ilsagvik College : Alaska's only tribal college / Pearl Brower -- Conclusion : repositioning the norms of the academy : research as wisdom

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The Roots of Reclamation
The Need for Indigenizing Research in Higher Education Scholarship
It Was a Process of Decolonization and Thats about as Clear as I Can Put It KuleanaCentered Higher Education and the Meanings of Hawaiianness
A Methodology of Beauty
Understanding Relationships in the College Process Indigenous Methodologies Reciprocity and College Horizons Students
Story Rug Weaving Stories into Research
Stealing Horses Indigenous Student Metaphors for Success in Graduate Education
Predictors for American IndianAlaska Native Student Leadership
Moving beyond Financial Aid to Support Native College Students An Examination of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program
The Intersection of Paying for College and Tribal Sovereignty Exploring Native College Student Experiences with Tribal Financial Aid
Toward Equity and Equality Transforming Universities into Indigenous Places of Learning
Indigeneity in the Methods Indigenous Feminist Theory in Content Analysis
Iḷisaġvik College Alaskas Only Tribal College
Repositioning the Norms of the Academy Research as Wisdom
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Tribal College Pathways

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ROBIN STARR MINTHORN (KIOWA) is an assistant professor in educational leadership and Native American studies at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. She’s the coeditor of Indigenous Leadership in Higher Education.

HEATHER J. SHOTTON (WICHITA) is an associate professor of Native American studies at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. She is the coeditor of Beyond Access: Indigenizing Programs for Student Success.

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