Recent Publications

Korteweg, L. and Oakley, J. (2014). Eco-heroes out of Place and Relations: Deconstructing the Colonial Narratives of Into the Wild and Grizzly Man through Land Education. Environmental Education Research, 20(1), 131-143.

Korteweg, K. (2014) Representations 1.0, 2.0, 3.0. In A. Reid, P. Hart, M. Peters (eds.). Companion to Research in Education. London, UK: Springer Publications. (559-568).

Korteweg, L., Fiddler, T., Bissell,A., Primavesi, L., Clarke, M., Moon, M. (2014). Circles of Hope in Indigenizing Mainstream Teacher Education. In Creating Circles of Hope in Teacher Education (ebook). Ontario Teaches Federation and the Ontario Association of Deans of Education.

Higgins, M., Madden, B., and L. Korteweg (March, 2013). Witnessing (the lack of) deconstruction: White teachers’ ‘perfect stranger’ stance in urban Aboriginal education. Race, Ethnicity, Education. DOI:10.1080/13613324.2012.759932

Madden, B., Higgins, M., and L. Korteweg (July, 2013). “Role models can’t just be on posters”: Re/membering Barriers to Indigenous Community Engagement. Canadian Journal of Education (Special Issue on Land-based Aboriginal Education), 36 (2), 212-247.

Korteweg, L. Guest Editor. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education #17 (December 2012). Special Issue Introduction (with C. Russell): Decolonizing + Indigenizing = Moving Environmental Education Towards Reconciliation (pp. 5-14).