Emerging Perspectives: Interdisciplinary Graduate Research in Education and Psychology

Emerging Perspectives: Interdisciplinary Graduate Research in Education and Psychology, is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing graduate research that brings together the fields of educational research and psychology. 

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Third Issue now Published!

 

Our third issue, Volume 2, Issue 1 (2018), has now been published!

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Posted: 2017-12-18
 

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Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Special Issue: Doctoral Seminar 2017 – An International Journey


Cover Page

Cover image created and provided by Kori Czuy, a participant in the 2017 International Doctoral Seminar.

Tân'si, hello,

A hand-drawn, woven "academic poster", has been digitally altered to symbolize the effects of modern technology on multiple ways of knowing. Depicted are Indigenous cultural, personal, and western modern ways of knowing mathematics as the three strands of a sweetgrass braid, and their journey towards ethno(mathematics). Each strand of the braid interacted together and complemented each other before scientism, but colonization tore the strands apart, and segregated Indigenous ways of knowing while supporting and promoting Western Eurocentric ways of knowing mathematics. Ethno(mathematics) reweaves the strands together, (re)membering the connections mathematics has with body, senses, land, community, and spirit. The sweetgrass braid represents community, many strands/people/worldviews working together while retaining integrity (Eagle Speaker, p.c.) (Czuy & Hogarth, 2019, p.8). 

The grass behind the poster is dead from the winter, but is on the verge of a spring (re)growth, symbolizing Indigenous ways of knowing being on the verge of a (re)newal.

All my relations.

Kori Czuy

Cree Métis Polish

Drawn on Treaty 7 land