Contesting Colonialism: Indigenous Knowledge and Indigenous Research
Contesting Colonialism: Indigenous Knowledge and Indigenous Research (ISSN: 1838-6288) is a collection of books and journal special issues, written by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors, that extends readers' knowledge of Indigenous wellbeing, culture and ways of understanding through research. The series has a focus on Indigenous health and wellbeing, education and research methods.
The series is drawn from book publications acquired by John Knight, founder of Post Pressed, and journal special issues and books acquired by eContent Management and its journals' editors.
Contesting Colonialism is of interest to researchers, educators, community workers, mediators, policy developers and counsellors engaged in Indigenous culture, health, education, rights and wellbeing.
The series' broad readership includes health sociologists, medical anthropologists, cultural studies researchers, Indigenous researchers, health policy and social work researchers, public health, community health and health promotion researchers, health care workers interested in social, cultural, health, rural, education and developmental issues, psychologists, counsellors, community workers, mediators, rural social workers, child and family studies, primary health, mental health, nursing and medical researchers, educators, teachers, students, policy developers and managers.
Contesting Colonialism is dedicated to the memory of the series founder, Assoc Prof John William Knight, December 2, 1935 - February 24, 2012.
Contesting Colonialism is a collection of books and journal special issues. Books within the series are listed under Book Titles, which gives additional, detailed information about each book. Journal issues, with additional information, are listed under Journal Special Issues.
Price and Availability
Discounts for the complete set of current titles and future publications may be negotiated directly with the publisher, at subscriptions @e-contentmanagement.com