The latest issue of AlterNative, Volume 13, Issue 1, is now available online and in print. It has two contributions from Canada, two from Aotearoa New Zealand, one from Australia and one from the USA as well as four book reviews on recent Indigenous titles. This issue has a special focus on Indigenous education and pedagogy.
Publication: Print and online access by subscription
Print ISSN: 1177-1801
Online ISSN: 1174-1740
Frequency: 4 issues per year
Editors: Tracey McIntosh and Michael Walker
Journal and Production Coordinator: Katharina Bauer
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The latest issue of AlterNative, Volume 12, Issue 5 is a special issue entitled “Indigenous Peoples, Popular Pleasures and the Everyday,” guest edited by Bronwyn Carlson and Michelle Harris. It focuses on Indigenous people and the pleasure they derive from popular culture.
The latest issue of AlterNative, Volume 12, Issue 4 is now available online and in print. This issue has five contributions on Indigenous peoples’ issues in Aotearoa New Zealand, two articles from Australia and one article from Norway. Three of the seven articles discuss issues pertaining to Indigenous research ethics in theory and practice.
The latest issue, Volume 12, Issue 3 is now available online and in print. This issue has a special focus on Indigenous autonomy projects, with four of the articles exploring the historical and/or contemporary causes of both the idea of indigenous autonomy and the form it takes in specific cases. The articles in this issue bear testament to the diversity of the notion of autonomy and feature case studies from Russia, Latin America, USA, Canada, New Zealand, and the Marianas Archipelagoes.
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal. We aim to present indigenous worldviews and scholarly research from native indigenous perspectives from around the world. AlterNative is published quarterly in print and online. AlterNative publishes papers that substantively address and critically engage with indigenous issues from a scholarly indigenous viewpoint. All papers must address and engage with current international and national literature and academic and/or indigenous theory and make a significant contribution to the field of indigenous studies. Read more.