Centering Indigenous Epistemologies in Research

In Protecting the promise: Indigenous education between mothers and their children (2021) Timothy San Pedro examines the idea of how Native families are recentering Indigenous knowledge in everyday ways that resist the damages wrought by settler colonialism. This collection of stories re-storied by the author and participants calls on readers to think deeply about the … Continue reading Centering Indigenous Epistemologies in Research

The “f” word and qualitative inquiry

I’ve been reading Pip Williams’ novel, The Dictionary of Lost Words (2022). Situated around the turn of the 20th century in Oxford, UK, Williams’ novel explores the experiences of the middle-class protagonist, Esme. Esme contributes to the development of the first edition of the Oxford English Dictionary in a patriarchal and classist society in which … Continue reading The “f” word and qualitative inquiry

Curriculum Inquiry Writing Fellowship and Writers’ Retreat

Call for Nominations 2023 June 19-24, in person in Toronto with online option if needed Nominations for the first stage of review due December 16, 2022 The editors of Curriculum Inquiry (CI) are pleased to invite nominations for the 2023 Curriculum Inquiry Writing Fellowship (CIWF) and Writers’ Retreat, to be hosted by the editorial team … Continue reading Curriculum Inquiry Writing Fellowship and Writers’ Retreat