Indigenous psychologies in an era of decolonization / Nuria Ciofalo, editor.
- Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 
- International and cultural psychology series
International and cultural psychology, 1574-0455
xv, 242 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Indigenous peoples -- Ethnic identity.
- This groundbreaking volume explores the capacity of Indigenous psychologies to counter the effects of longstanding colonization on traditional cultures and habitats. It chronicles the editor's extensive research in the Lacandon Rainforest in southern Mexico, illustrating respectful methodologies and authentic friendship - a decolonized approach by a committed scholar - and the concerted efforts of community members to preserve their history and heritage. Descriptions of collaborations among children, parents, students, and elders demonstrate the continued passing on of indigenous knowledge, culture, art, and spirituality. This richly layered narrative models cultural resilience and resistance in their transformative power to replace environmental and cultural degradation with co-existence and partnership.
- Indigenous Psychologies: A Contestation for Epistemic Justice
The Ecological Context and the Methods of Inquiry and Praxes
Once Upon a River and Ghosts: Jan Kachik Kisin Yoko Jà
Uk'Ay K'ax (El Canto De La Selva
Song of the Rainforest)
Environmental Impact Assessment of Deforestation in three Communities of the Lacandon Rainforest
Jootik Ta Lum Kinal (Mayan Tzeltal)
To'on Yejer Ru'um (Mayan Lacandon) Nosotros y la Tierra (Spanish)
We and the Earth
Oral History, Legends, Myths, Poetry, and Images
Conclusions: Making the Road by Walking 'de Otra Manera' (in a Different Way).
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Ciofalo, Nuria, editor.
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