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Decolonization is not a metaphor
Our goal in this article is to remind readers what is unsettling about decolonization. Decolonization brings about the repatriation of Indigenous land and life; it is not a metaphor for other thingsExpand
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Suspending Damage: A Letter to Communities
In this open letter, Eve Tuck calls on communities, researchers, and educators to reconsider the long-term impact of "damage-centered" research—research that intends to document peoples' pain andExpand
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Curriculum, Replacement, and Settler Futurity
This paper describes the ways in which “curriculum” has been and continues to be a project of settler colonialism, premised on white settler supremacy. We examine a number of ways in which this hasExpand
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Place in Research: Theory, Methodology, and Methods
1. Introduction to Place in Research PART I 2. Conceptualizing Place 3. Decolonizing Perspectives on Place PART II 4. Methodologies of Critical Place Inquiry 5. Methods of Critical Place Inquiry 6.Expand
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Re-visioning Action: Participatory Action Research and Indigenous Theories of Change
This article observes that participatory action research (PAR), by nature of being collaborative, necessitates making explicit theories of change that may have otherwise gone unseen or unexamined.Expand
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Land education: Indigenous, post-colonial, and decolonizing perspectives on place and environmental education research
This editorial introduces a special issue of Environmental Education Research titled ‘Land education: Indigenous, post-colonial, and decolonizing perspectives on place and environmental educationExpand
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Breaking up with Deleuze: desire and valuing the irreconcilable
In this article, Eve Tuck grapples with Gilles Deleuze’s conceptualization of desire, finding it simultaneously generative and unsatisfying. Recognizing that Deleuze will not ‘say’ what Tuck wantsExpand
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Relational Validity and the “Where” of Inquiry
This article reviews discussions of place in qualitative research that have appeared in Qualitative Inquiry over the past 20 years to foreground a conceptualization of critical place inquiry. TheExpand
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Unbecoming Claims
This article discusses the role of refusal in the analysis and communication of qualitative data, that is, the role of refusal in the work of making claims. Refusal is not just a no, but a generativeExpand
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Urban Youth and School Pushout: Gateways, Get-aways, and the GED
  • E. Tuck
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • 15 December 2011
Introduction * Re-valuing the GED * Repatriating the GED * Humiliating ironies * Dangerous dignities * Re-purposing schooling * Renewing schooling
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