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. Topics include family and community leadership in Inuit bilingual education, Kwakiutl and Nuu-chah-nulth language revitalization in Canada, Native American Studies’ role in fostering a “pedagogy of community” in the USA, and the notion of “learning on country” as a pedagogical approach through engagement with Aboriginal communities and organisations in a Masters programme in Australia. This issue also includes an article on Indigenous sovereignty and the philosophy of Jacques Ranciѐre as well as one on Indigenizing military citizenship. Access the articles on the SAGE AlterNative website here.