Volume contributor Dina Gilio-Whitaker recently published All the Real Indians Died Off (Beacon Press, 2016) with indigenous studies scholar Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz. The book has been getting quite a lot of attention lately, including a coast-to-coast book tour and media engagements around the country. For a look at the NPR Books profile on All the Real Indians Died Off, have a look here. For a look at their KPFA Radio talk in Berkeley, have a look here. And to pick up a copy, make your way over here!
Colleen McGloin is Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Studies at the University of Wollongong. She comes from a multi-disciplinary background in English Studies and Cultural Studies and is interested in interdisciplinary approaches to teaching and learning. Colleen’s key research interests are in critical pedagogy as a body of knowledge that is politically and socially motivated toward social justice. RESEARCH INTERESTS: Indigenous and non-Indigenous critical pedagogy/Indigenous issues Theories of race, nation and culture Feminisms Textual studies / language use Colleen’s publications are at the intersection of Indigenous Studies, critical pedagogy, feminism, and text studies. Her work in critical pedagogy comes from the […]