Anti/Colonialism is For Everyone:
Creative Resistance & Qualitative Inquiry
Resources for Anti/Colonial Inquiry
Anzaldúa, G., & Keating, G. (2015). Light in the dark/Luz en lo oscuro. Duke University Press.
Dei, G. J. S., & Kempf, A. (2006). Anti-colonialism and education: The politics of resistance. Brill.
de Sousa Santos, B. (2015). Epistemologies of the South: Justice against epistemicide. Routledge.
King, T. L. (2019). The Black shoals: Offshore formations of Black and Native studies. Duke University Press.
Tuck, E., & McKenzie, M. (2014). Place in research: Theory, methodology, and methods. Routledge.
Resources for Body Mapping
De Jager, A., Tewson, A., Ludlow, B., & Boydell, K. (2016, May). Embodied ways of storying the self: A systematic review of body-mapping. Forum qualitative sozialforschung/forum: Qualitative social research (Vol. 17, No. 2).
Gastaldo, Denise; Magalhães, Liliana; Carrasco, Christine & Davy, Charity (2012). Body-map storytelling as research: Methodological considerations for telling the stories of undocumented workers through body mapping. Facilitator Guide
Gastaldo, D., Rivas-Quarneti, N., & Magalhães, L. (2018, May). Body-map storytelling as a health research methodology: Blurred lines creating clear pictures. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research (Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 1-26).
Morton, D., Bird-Naytowhow, K., & Hatala, A. R. (2021). Silent voices, absent bodies, and quiet methods: Revisiting the processes and outcomes of personal knowledge production through body-mapping methodologies Among Indigenous Youth. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 20, 1609406920987934.
Orchard, T. (2017). Remembering the body: Ethical issues in body mapping research. Springer International Publishing.
Solomon, J. (2002). ‘Living with X’: A body mapping journey in the time of HIV and AIDS - A facilitation guide. Psychosocial wellbeing series. REPSSI