The new book shares the diversity and complexities of the Indigenous context of worldviews, examining relationships between humans and other living beings within an eco-conscious lens. This edited volume shows that we belong not only to a human community, but to a community of all nature as well. The contributors demonstrate that the reciprocity of Indigenous knowledges is inclusive and represents worldviews for regenerative solutions and the need to realign our view of the environment as a ‘who’ rather than an ‘it.’ This reciprocity is intertwined as an obligation of environmental ethics to acknowledge the attributes of Indigenous knowledges as not merely a body of knowledge but as multiple layer or levels of placed-based knowledges, identities, and lived experiences.
In-print publication date is December 2022. Thank you all for sharing in the excitement. We cannot wait until you all get this book into your hands. You're going to enjoy it!
In-Print date December 2022!