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Edited by Priscilla Settee and Shailesh Shukla | $48.95 USD | 9781773381091 | 292 Pages | Jan. 2020

Unlike any other resource on the market, this textbook explores a diverse array of Indigenous food systems, including those of Anishinaabeg, Asatiwisipe, Cree, Métis, Migmag, and Tsartlip. Seeking solutions to food insecurity and well-being for current and future generations, Indigenous and non-Indigenous food practitioners and scholars document the voices and experiences of community members encountered in their research to promote an understanding of the barriers and challenges to Indigenous food systems and presenting ways to reclaim cultural identity and food sovereignty.

   

Features:

  • Highlights community-based case studies, which demonstrate how Indigenous communities are leading the way to design and implement community-based initiatives in collaborative spirit
  • Features pedagogical features including key terms, learning objectives, glossaries, critical thinking questions, and suggested reading lists in each chapter

     

About the Editors:

Priscilla Settee is a member of Cumberland House Swampy Cree First Nations and Professor in the Department of Indigenous Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. She is recognized nationally and internationally as an award-winning professor and global activist.

Shailesh Shukla is an Associate Professor at the Department of Indigenous Studies, University of Winnipeg. His teaching and research interests include exploring and promoting Indigenous perspectives and knowledge systems to improve food security, sovereignty, and well-being among Indigenous communities in Canada and globally.

   

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