"Decolonizing methodologies are about forcing us to confront the Western academic canon in its entirety, in its philosophy, pedagogy, ethics, organizational practices, paradigms, methodologies and discourses and, importantly, its self-generating arrogance, its origin mythologies and the stories that it tells to reinforce its hegemony". from Linda Tuhiwai Smith's Introduction to the Third Edition of Decolonizing Methodologies p. xii (2021)
Bibliography of resources compiled by Janice Linton
List of Selected Journal Articles
Includes Open Access articles, freely available on the internet
Simon, D., Burns, N., Hunter-Porter, N., Lanceleve, T., Préfontaine, N., Herkimer, J., ... & Bearskin, L. B. (2023). Embodied in Indigenous Research: How Indigeneity, Positionality, and Relationality Contribute to Research Approaches and Understanding. Healthy Populations Journal, 3(1).
O’Keefe, V. M., Maudrie, T. L., Cole, A. B., Ullrich, J. S., Fish, J., Hill, K. X., ... & Walls, M. L. (2023). Conceptualizing Indigenous strengths-based health and wellness research using group concept mapping. Archives of Public Health, 81(1), 71.
Dosani, A., Lind, C., & Loewen, S. (2019). Concept Mapping: An Innovative Tool to Teach Critical Community Health Nursing Using the Example of Population Health Promotion. Witness: The Canadian Journal of Critical Nursing Discourse, 1(2), 30-48.
McBeath, B., Franks, O., Delormier, T., Périllat-Amédée, S., McComber, A., Abigosis, T., ... & Lévesque, L. (2021). Reflecting on the use of Concept Mapping as a Method for Community-Led Analysis of Talking Circles. Turtle Island Journal of Indigenous Health, 1(2).
Chambers, L., Jackson, R., Worthington, C., Wilson, C., Tharao, W., Greenspan, N., … Brownlee, P. (2018). Decolonizing Scoping Review Methodologies for Literature With, for, and by Indigenous Peoples and the African Diaspora: Dialoguing With the Tensions. Qualitative Health Research, 28(2), 175–188. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049732317743237
Anderson M. Indigenous health research and reconciliation. CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association journal. 2019 Aug 26;191(34):E930. Commentary by Dr. Marcia Anderson (requires UM NET ID)
Kilian A, Fellows TK, Giroux R, Pennington J, Kuper A, Whitehead CR, Richardson L. Exploring the approaches of non-Indigenous researchers to Indigenous research: a qualitative study. CMAJ open. 2019;7(3):E504-9. (open access)
ITHAKA S + R synthesized report. When research is relational: supporting the research practices of Indigenous Studies scholars
University of Manitoba. Libraries' support services for Indigenous research & scholarship at the University of Manitoba
University of British Columbia. Research support services for Indigenous scholarship at the University of British Columbia (forthcoming)
University of Toronto. Research support services for the field of Indigenous Studies
Haskell Indian Nations University/University of Kansas. Research support services for the field of Indigenous Studies
Northwestern University. Examining the research practices of Indigenous Studies scholars at Northwestern University
University of Hawaii System. Research and teaching support services for Hawaiian Studies scholars
See also on this page the other reports carried out about library services supporting Indigenous researchers (ITHAKA S + R project)