Amnesiac Bodies of Curricula: Dialogues on Indigeneity, Refusal, and Being
In her text, The Making of Indigeneity, Curriculum History, and the Limits of Diversity, López invites the scholarly community into what Anzaldúa (2015) might describe as a space to engage with the pregnancy of imagination. López’s work is conceptually rich and is grounded in a re-envisioning of the “how” and “why” of qualitative research, an exploration into the curriculum of indigeneity. This is because López carefully pulls at the webs of significance (Geertz, 1973) that tend to be woven within the trappings of modernity. She does this as a means to re-consider Western ways of knowing and being that are intimately tied to the colonization of indigenous peoples and their histories.
|Work Title||Amnesiac Bodies of Curricula: Dialogues on Indigeneity, Refusal, and Being|
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|Publication Date||January 1, 2019|
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|Deposited||July 21, 2021|
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