Indigenous Innovation

Universalities and Peculiarities

  • Elizabeth Sumida Huaman
  • Bharath Sriraman

Part of the Advances in Innovation Education book series (AIIE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. Elizabeth Sumida Huaman
    Pages 1-9
  3. Netra Chhetri, Nalini Chhetri
    Pages 11-23
  4. Anya Dozier Enos
    Pages 25-42
  5. Huia Tomlins-Jahnke, Margaret Forster
    Pages 43-55
  6. Karen Marie Lennon
    Pages 57-79
  7. Martin Reinhardt
    Pages 81-105
  8. Anya Dozier Enos
    Pages 107-127
  9. Elizabeth Sumida Huaman
    Pages 129-148
  10. Karishma Desai
    Pages 149-168
  11. Anne Birgitte Fyhn, Ylva Jannok Nutti, Ellen J Sara Eira, Tove Børresen, Svein Ole Sandvik, Ole Einar Hætta
    Pages 169-186
  12. Eli Suzukovich III, Fawn Pochel, David Bender, Janie Pochel
    Pages 187-207
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 209-213

About this book


Rooted in diverse cultures and in distinct regions of the world, Indigenous people have for generations created, maintained, and negotiated clear and explicit relationships with their environments. Despite numerous historical disruptions and steady iterations of imperialism that continue through today, Indigenous communities embody communities of struggle/resistance and intense vitality/creativity. In this work, a fellowship of Indigenous research has emerged, and our collective intent is to share critical narratives that link together Indigenous worldviews, culturally-based notions of ecology, and educational practices in places and times where human relationships with the world that are restorative, transformative, and just are being sought.


Indigenous innovation Indigenous knowledge education critical narratives culturally-based notions of ecology

Editors and affiliations

  • Elizabeth Sumida Huaman
    • 1
  • Bharath Sriraman
    • 2
  1. 1.Arizona State UniversityUSA
  2. 2.The University of MontanaUSA

Bibliographic information