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Kapoor, Dip

Indigenous Knowledge and Learning in Asia/Pacific and Africa

Kapoor, Dip - Indigenous Knowledge and Learning in Asia/Pacific and Africa, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Dip Kapoor, Edward Shizha

Part I. Development

2. Learning From adivasi (Original Dweller) Political-Ecological Expositions of Development: Claims on Forests, Land, and Place in India
Dip Kapoor

3. Indigenous Incitements
Kaushik Ghosh

4. Against the Flow: Maori Knowledge and Self-Determination Struggles Confront Neoliberal Globalization in Aotearoa/ New Zealand
Aziz Choudry

5. Ethnic Minorities, Indigenous Knowledge, and Livelihoods: Struggle for Survival in Southeastern Bangladesh
Bijoy P. Barua

6. Animals, Ghosts, and Ancestors: Traditional Knowledge of Truku Hunters on Formosa
Scott Simon

7. Development Enterprises and Encounters with the Dayak and Moi Communities in Indonesia
Ehsanul Haque

Part II. Formal Education

8. Rethinking and Reconstituting Indigenous Knowledge and Voices in the Academy in Zimbabwe: A Decolonization Process
Edward Shizha

9. Education, Economic and Cultural Modernization, and the Newars of Nepal
Deepa Shakya

Part III. Learning and Communicative Methums

10. Clash of Oralities and Textualities: the Colonization of the Communicative Space in Sub-Saharan Africa
Ali A. Abdi

11. Autonomy and Video Mediation: Dalitbahujan Women’s Utopian Knowledge Production
Sourayan Mookerjea

12. Voicing Our Roots: A Critical Review of Indigenous Media and Knowledge in Bengal
Sudhangshu Sekhar Roy, Rayyan Hassan

Part IV. Gender, Inthgenous Knowledge, and Learning

13. Haya Women’s Knowledge and Learning: Addressing Land Estrangement in Tanzania
Christine Mhina

14. The Indigenous Knowledge System of Female Pastoral Fulani of Northern Nigeria
Lantana M. Usman

Part V. Health Knowledge and Learning

15. Traditional Healing Practices: Conversations With Herbalists in Kenya
Njoki N. Wane

16. “To Die is Honey, and to Live is Salt”: Indigenous Epistemologies of Wellness in Northern Ghana and the Threat of Institutionalized Containment
Coleman Agyeyomah, Jonathan Langdon, Rebecca Butler

Keywords: Physics, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology, International and Comparative Education, Administration, Organization and Leadership, Education, general, Sociology of Education, Teaching and Teacher Education

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
282 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230111813
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-38311-5

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