1. Indigenous Knowledge and Education wins the American Educational Studies Association Critics Choice Award

      October 01,2008

      Harvard Education Press and the Harvard Educational Review are pleased to announce that Indigenous Knowledge and Education has won the Critics Choice Award from the American Educational Studies Association (AESA). AESA was established in 1968 as an international learned society for students, teachers, research scholars, and administrators who were interested in the foundations of education. Today, the role of AESA is to provide a cross-disciplinary forum in which scholars can gather to exchange and debate theoretical issues and empirical research that addresses the social context of education. Indigenous Knowledge and Education will be presented the Critics Choice Award at AESA’s annual conference in late October, in Savannah, GA.

      Indigenous Knowledge and Education, edited by Malia Villegas, Sabina Rak Neugebauer, and Kerry R. Venegas, examines a wide range of Indigenous cultures and educational settings, including Native American, Haitian, Mexican, African, and Australian. The essays are grouped into three themes that exemplify many Indigenous cultures: struggle, strength, and survivance—the latter a notion of survival that emphasizes remembrance, regeneration, and spiritual renewal. Indigenous Knowledge and Education is the 44th volume in the Harvard Educational Review Reprint Series.

      To learn more about Indigenous Knowledge and Education, please click here.
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