Unsettling a Land-Grant University: Listening2Indigenous as Decolonizing Instagram

Drawing on decolonizing, settler colonial studies, this article presents a collaborative art-based research praxis (the Listening2Indigenous Instagram and event) aiming to acknowledge Indigenous knowledges and perspectives and unsettle settler colonial hegemonic imperatives in relation to the land-grant university. We explore how digital art–based research can counter Indigenous eradication and settler replacement enacted by land-grant universities (LGUs); How non-Indigenous settlers can ethically engage in decolonizing work.

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Work Title Unsettling a Land-Grant University: Listening2Indigenous as Decolonizing Instagram
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  1. Elizabeth Healey
  2. Rosemary Aviste
  3. Michelle S. Bae-Dimitriadis
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  1. Art Education
Publication Date December 18, 2023
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  1. https://doi.org/10.1080/00043125.2023.2262190
Deposited March 25, 2024

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