Land as Relation — In Conversation with Stephen Hurley from voicEd Radio
Sep 21, 2023—
By CS Team
We are thrilled to share a podcast episode from voicEd Radio Canada featuring Land as Relation editors Margaret Kress and Kahente Horn-Miller. VoicEd Radio Canada is an education podcast network aimed at better connecting research, practice, and policy across Canada's education landscape.
The podcast episode may be listened to here.
About Land as Relation
A critical and timely collection, Land as Relation introduces readers to an intersectional approach to Indigenous space and land-based education. Indigenous and ally-partnered contributors, from elders to emerging and established scholars, share teachings and scholarship grounded in Indigenous knowledge and philosophy.
These diverse perspectives on Indigenous pedagogies are intersected with content surrounding Indigenous languages, sciences, mathematics, arts, health, and governance. Divided into three parts, this text defines the interrelatedness of global Indigenous land protectors and educators, and the significant impact of Indigenous knowledges, language, and ceremonies on the collective social, spiritual, and physical wellness of all living beings.