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Indigenous knowledge andnavigating the rising tides of climate change and other existential threats

Lipka, Jerry (2020). Indigenous knowledge andnavigating the rising tides of climate change and other existential threats. Revista Latinoamericana de Etnomatemática: Perspectivas Socioculturales de la Educación Matemática, 13(3), pp. 29-61 .

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Existential threats to Indigenous People’s lands, cultures, and languages are exacerbated and intensified by climate change and its effects, particularly to those groups deeply connected to natural systems. Through five case vignettes situated in Alaska, Yap State, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands, this paper describes adaptive responses at the intersection of Indigenous Knowledge (IK) and climate change. Though their locations, history, and customs vary, they share an underlying similarity in the urgency expressed for their Traditional Ecological Knowledge to be part of a response that leads to sustainability. Navigating these rising and turbulent waters requires new ways of thinking, political will, governmental leadership, and values commensurate with harmonious living. To write this paper required a significant change in a paradigm that guided my work in ethnomathematics from the school context to the larger social-cultural-ecological systems.

Tipo de Registro:Artículo
Términos clave:06. Aprendizaje > Cognición > Conocimiento
12. Investigación e innovación en Educación Matemática > Marcos teóricos > Etnomatemática
10. Otras nociones de Educación Matemática > Fenomenología didáctica > Situaciones
Nivel Educativo:Todos los niveles educativos
Código ID:25995
Depositado Por:Monitor Funes 1
Depositado En:03 Abr 2022 10:29
Fecha de Modificación Más Reciente:15 Sep 2023 13:32

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