Volume 8, Issue 2 (2017) Reconciling Research: Perspectives on Research Involving Indigenous Peoples—Part 1

Letter from the Editor



Data as a Strategic Resource: Self-determination, Governance, and the Data Challenge for Indigenous Nations in the United States
Stephanie Carroll Rainie, Jennifer Lee Schultz, Eileen Briggs, Patricia Riggs, and Nancy Lynn Palmanteer-Holder


Indigenous Geographies: Research as Reconciliation
Cindy Smithers Graeme and Erik Mandawe


Indigenous Research Methods: A Systematic Review
Alexandra S. Drawson, Elaine Toombs, and Christopher J. Mushquash


Wâhkôhtowin: The Governance of Good Community–Academic Research Relationships to Improve the Health and Well-Being of Children in Alexander First Nation
Rebecca J. Gokiert, Noreen D. Willows, Rebecca Georgis, Heather Stringer, and * Alexander Research Committee



Indigenous Research and Academic Freedom: A View from Political Scientists
Christopher Alcantara, Dianne Lalonde, and Gary N. Wilson


Laying the Groundwork: A Practical Guide for Ethical Research with Indigenous Communities
Julia K. Riddell, Angela Salamanca, Debra J. Pepler, Shelley Cardinal, and Onowa McIvor


Lessons Learned Through Community-Engaged Planning
Robert J. Patrick, Laura Machial, Kendra Quinney, and Len Quinney


Jerry P. White
Managing Editor
Susan Wingert