This specialization addresses current issues, trends, perspectives, and models of Aboriginal and Indigenous education through historical, cultural, spiritual, social and political philosophies and themes.
Specific foci include:
Aboriginal, Indigenous, and marginalized knowledges in global contexts and pedagogical implications for educational change;
the roles media, institutions, governments, and historical and contemporary policy in producing conditions of constraint, images of Aboriginal and Indigenous peoples, social and class differences, dominance, control politics, and social inequalities in regard to Aboriginal and Indigenous peoples;
and a special interest in the developing, promoting, and sustaining of anticolonial thought in the academy and in community.The goal of this specialization is to create spaces for integrating Aboriginal and Indigenous knowledges.
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