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The Aboriginal sustainability network: Post-workshop report

Hipwell, W., Battiste, J.Y., Chen, Y.F., Chi, C.C., Johnson, P., Simon, S. & Tudaw, I. (Sin YongGuo).  (2008).  The Aboriginal sustainability network: Post-workshop report. Taiwan Journal of Indigenous Studies, 1(1), 107-167.

Deals with the establishment of a network linking 5 Aboriginal nations in 4 countries including the Mi'kmaq of Unama’ki. Looks at the project in terms of the participants' experience and the various approaches they brought to questions of environmentally sustainable socio-economic development.

Out of the Ruts of Nova Scotia Education: Mi'kmaw Doors of Education Emerge

Johnson, Barbara Muriel (2000). Out of the Ruts of Nova Scotia Education: Mi'kmaw Doors of Education Emerge (Upublished doctoral dissertation). Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.

Barbara Johnson, former Board administrator at Potlotek Board of Education, assistant Professor at St. Francis Xavier University and insAdult Ed at NS Department has worked in the field of Education for the last 30+ years. Her doctorial dissertation explores the Nova Scotia Public School Programs (PSP) through the lens of Native childrearing practices (NCRP).

Two-eyed seeing in the classroom environment: Concepts, approaches, & challenges.

Hatcher, A., Bartlett, C., Marshall, A. & Marshall, M.  (2009).  Two-eyed seeing in the classroom environment: Concepts, approaches, & challenges.  Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology, Education, 9(3) [Special Issue], 141-153.  doi: 10.1080/14926150903118342

CBU/MRC - Article #497 MRC 2009-497-3223

Muin aqq L'uiknek Te'sijik Ntuksuinu'k /Muin and the seven bird hunters

Marshall, L., Marshall, M., Harris, P. & Bartlett, C.  (2010).  Muin aqq L'uiknek Te'sijik Ntuksuinu'k /Muin and the seven bird hunters [in Mi'kmaq and English]  Sydney, Nova Scotia:  Cape Breton University Press. 

32pp. 

CBU - E99 M6 M84 2010

CBU/MRC - E99 M6 M84 2010

CBU/special collection - E99 M6 M84 2010

MSVU - E99 M6 M84 2010

ISBN 1897009550, 9781897009550

MI’KMAWEY TEPKIKEWEY MUSIKISKEY A’TUKWAQN

Protecting Indigenous knowledge and heritage: A global challenge.

Battiste, M. & Henderson, J.Y. (Sákéj).   (2005). Protecting Indigenous knowledge and heritage: A global challenge. In W. McCaslin (Ed.), Justice as healing: Indigenous ways (pp. 240-244). St. Paul, MN: Living Justice Press

459 pp.

ISBN 0972188614, 9780972188616

Permission granted to use book cover image, "Protecting Indigenous Knowledge and Heritage" © Living Justice Press

 

The Paq'tnkek Mi'kmaq and Ka't (American Eel)

Abstract
The Mi'kmaq have a deep and rich relationship with Ka't (American eel Anguilla rostrata). While the Mi'kmaq continue to harvest Ka'tfor food,
their relations with and use of eel also embody important cultural meanings and practices. Ka't occupies a notable place within many ceremonial
settings, is used for medicinal purposes and, as a consequence of the ways in which Ka't is shared, is central to traditional relations of

Returning to Netukulimk: Mi’kmaq cultural and spiritual connections with resource stewardship and self-governance

Kerry Prosper, L. Jane McMillan, Anthony A. Davis, and Morgan Moffitt. Returning to Netukulimk: Mi’kmaq cultural and spiritual connections with resource stewardship and self-governance, The International Indigenous Policy Journal vol 2. issue 4 (2012).
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/anthony_davis/1

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