Battiste, M. (1989, Summer). Mi'kmaq women: Their special dialogue. Journal of Canadian Women Studies, 10(2-3), 61-63.
Battiste, M., Barsh R. & Henderson, J.Y. (Sákéj). (1991). Mi'kmaq references. Unpublished manuscript, Mi'kmaq Resource Centre, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia.
Battiste, M. (1992). Indigenous epistemology in modern thought and education. Occasional paper for the Mi'kmaq Resource Centre. Unpublished manuscript, Mi'kmaq Resource Centre, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia.
CBU/MRC – Report #70 MRC 98-70-424
Battiste, M. (1993, August). Annie Battiste: A Mi'kmaq family history. Cape Breton's Magazine, 64, 23-42.
CBU/MRC - Article #251 MRC 99-251-981
Life story of Annie Battiste (née Lewis) of Chapel Island, N.S. as told to her daughter Marie. Chronicles her childhood, marriage and subsequent move to the U.S., birth of her children, and final return to Cape Breton.
Henderson, J.Y. (Sákéj), Barsh, R., Johnson, P., Battiste, M., Denny, A, Marshall, M., & Chisholm, P. (1993). Mi'kmaq dialogue: Cognitive renewal. Unpublished transcript held at the Mi'kmaq Resource Centre, Cape Breton University, Sydney, NS.
One of a series of public discussions sponsored by Mi'kmaq Studies, at CBU. Transcript of a far-ranging conversation among participants regarding Mi'kmaq language, culture, philosophy and worldview.
Battiste, M. (1994, August 17). People of the dawn. The keepers of the Eastern Door. [Paper presented to the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples]. Unpublished Manuscript, Mi'kmaq Resource Centre, Cape Breton University, Sydney, NS.
CBU/MRC - Report #212 MRC 2000-212-1129
Examines the relationship between Mi'kmaw creation myths and their impact and influence on Mi'kmaw life. Looks at the overlap of spiritual and secular affairs e.g. the Sante' Mawio’omi or Grand Council, and the significance of the Prophesy of the Crosses.
Battiste, M. & Henderson, J.Y (Sákéj). (1995). The Medicine circle & cognitive imperialism. Unpublished manuscript, Mi'kmaq Resource Centre, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia.
CBU/MRC - Report #640 MRC 2011-640-3798
Philosophical musings on the nature of the medicine circle, education, western knowledge, paradigmatic shifts in knowledge, and the transformation in knowledge history
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Battiste, M. (2001). Beyond diversities and singularities: Aboriginal students and education. The U of S Pointer: Teaching and Learning Centre Newsletter, 4(3), 1-5.
Published by the University of Saskatchewan, Gwenna Moss Teaching & Learning Centre.
Spring 2001 Vol.4 No.3 12pp.
CBU/MRC - Pam#279 MRC 2003-279-1943
Various essays examine Aboriginal ways of knowing; what Aboriginal teachers and students can bring to the classroom; 'Aboriginal' learning style; problems of the mature student.
Battiste, M. (2009). Editorial commentary: Systemic discrimination against Aboriginal Peoples. Justice as Healing: A Newsletter on Aboriginal Concepts of Justice. 14(2), 1-3.
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Battiste, M. (2010, winter). Nourishing the learning spirit: Living our way to new thinking, Education Canada, 50(1), 14-18.
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