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Vol 7, No 1 (2019): Intersectionalities

A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Polity, and Practice

Special Issue: Reckoning and Reconciliation: Decolonizing Social Work Education

     Guest Editors: Donna Jeffery, Billie Allan, and Rhonda Hackett

Table of Contents

Introduction

Decolonial Futurities in Social Work Education: Epistemological, Relational, and Institutional Pathways PDF
Billie Allan, V.C. Rhonda Hackett, Donna Jeffery

1–8

Articles

Decolonizing Education and Educators’ Decolonizing PDF
Kathleen Absolon

9–28

He Ala Kuikui Lima Kānaka: The Journey Toward Indigenizing a School of Social Work PDF
Susan Nakaoka, Lana Sue Ka‘opua, Mari Ono

29–50

Native Hawaiian Interdisciplinary Health Program: Decolonizing Academic Space, Curriculum, and Instruction PDF
Michael C. DeMattos

51–67

“What Can I Do?”: Teaching Indigenous Content in an Era of "Reconciliation" PDF
Ruth Koleszar-Green

68–81

Cultivating a Racialized Practitioner Ethic: A Guide for the Human Services PDF
Shantelle Moreno, Mandeep Kaur Mucina

82–104

African Caribbean Presence: Decolonizing Social Work Education 2019 PDF
V. C. Rhonda Hackett

105–125

Book Reviews

Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education: Mapping the Long View PDF
Renee Dumaresque

B1-B5



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