Publications

Tapestry publications include our Blog and the basic information webpages on Indigenous Knowledge, Ways of Knowing, and key concepts of Indigenous worldview and philosophy found on this website (Blog entries are indexed at the bottom of this page; scroll down to see the complete list). We also publish more scholarly work, including a series of Occasional Papers on this website and contributions to professional journals, books, and other publications (such as the Global Yearbook of Indigenous Knowledge of Climate Change).

Papers published in books, magazines, or at online archives (those with three asterisks in front are available for free viewing and/or download):

  • ***Belasco, Jo and Dawn Hill Adams. “Indigenizing Environmental Law,” which will be published in the Global Yearbook of Indigenous Knowledge of Climate Change 2020 later this year, in association with the current IPCC AR6 for inclusion of IK.
  • ***Adams, Dawn Hill. “The Wisdom on the Wind,” blog post for the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment (CREA). 6/17/2020.
  • Adams, Dawn Hill, Shawn Wilson, Ryan Heavy Head, Fiona Cram, and Edmund W. Gordon. 2019. “Bridges to ‘Ceremony at a Boundary Fire: A Story of Indigenist Knowledge,” in Human Variance and Assessment for Learning. Armour-Thomas, Eleanor, Cynthia McCallister, A. Wade Boykin, and Edmund W. Gordon, Eds. Third World Press Foundation, Chicago. Forward, pp. xiii – xxvi.
  • Adams, Dawn. 2018. An experience-based perspective on the relationship between indigenous and Western epistemic systems in research. Evaluation Matters—He Take Tō Te Aromatawai 4: 2018.
  • ***Dawn Hill Adams, Shawn Wilson, Ryan Heavy Head, and Edmund W. Gordon. 2015.  “Ceremony at a Boundary Fire: A Story of Indigenist Knowledge.” Available for free download at the University of Sydney eRepository site.
  • Dawn Hill Adams. 2015. Recorded interview about Indigenous ways of knowing at the annual meeting of CREA, the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment. Chicago, Illinois.

Occasional Papers published on Tapestry’s website (free access):

Tapestry’s Blog offers opportunities to discover basic principles of Indigenous worldview and experience the power of learning and integrating knowledge acquired in many different ways.