Category: First Nations and Indigenous Peoples


An Autoethnography: Indigenous Intergenerational Pedagogy

In Cree, nêhiýawâtisiwin means “living a traditional Cree life.” Indigenous communities have lived in respectful, relational, and reciprocal ways with all relations. The contemporary understanding of miýo-pimâtisiwin (lives a good life) has been disrupted by globalization and colonial attempts at cultural genocide. This autoethnographic research shares traditional Indigenous pedagogy of intergenerational learning to uplift cultural


Without Dictionaries: Translating Indigenous Oral Literature From Greece

The field of Translation Studies tends to overlook the extensive indigenous linguistic diversity of Europe and the particular issues that translators of marginalized and endangered languages face. The European Centre for Modern Languages counts 225 indigenous local languages spoken in Europe, most of which are at risk of falling out of use. In Greece alone