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*Provided as attachments are the pre-publication versions of papers. You are encouraged to seek out the published versions through the journal websites or through your library.
  1. Iseke, J. & Desmoulins, L. (2015). A Two-Way Street: Indigenous Knowledge and Science Take a Ride.  Journal of American Indian Education, 54(3), 31-53.
  2. Iseke, J. & Ndimande, B. (2014). Negotiating, Sustaining, and Nurturing Indigenous Languages: Narratives from Canada and South Africa. International Multilingual Research Journal, 8(2), 141-166.
  3. Iseke, J. (2013a). Indigenous Storytelling as Research.  International Review of Qualitative Research 6(4), 559-577. Special Edition on Indigenous Qualitative Inquiries.
  4. Iseke, J. (2013a). Negotiating Métis culture in Michif: Disrupting Indigenous language shift. Decolonization, Indigeneity, Education, & Society, 2(2), 92-116.
  5. Iseke, J. (2013c). Spirituality as Decolonizing: Elders Albert Desjarlais, George McDermott, and Tom McCallum Share Understandings of Life in Healing Practices. Decolonization, Indigeneity, Education, & Society, 2(1), 35-54.
  6. Iseke, J. & Desmoulins, L. (2013). Critical Events: Métis Servicewomen’s WWII Stories with Dorothy Chartrand. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 33(2), 29-54.
  7. Iseke, J. & Desmoulins, L. (2011). Spiritual Beginnings of Indigenous Women’s Activism: The Life and Work of the Honourable Thelma Chalifoux, White Standing Buffalo. Canadian Woman Studies, 29 (1/2), 24-34. Special Issue on Feminism, Activism and Spirituality.
  8. Iseke, J. & Moore, S. (2011). Community-Based Indigenous Digital Filmmaking with Elders and Youth. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 35(4), 10-37. In a special issue of the journal entitled “Indigenous Performances: Upsetting the terrains of Settler Colonialism” edited by Mishuana Goeman.
  9. Iseke, J. (2011). Indigenous Digital Storytelling in Video: Witnessing With Alma Desjarlais. Equity and Excellence in Education, 44(3), 311-329. Special issue on Social Justice and Arts-Informed Research.
  10. Iseke, J. (2010). Importance of Métis Ways of Knowing in Healing Communities. (with input from Tom McCallum, Albert Desjarlais, Alma Desjarlais, George McDermott, and Mila Morris). Canadian Journal of Native Education, 33(1), 83-97.
  11. Iseke, J. (2009). Cultural Mirrors Made of Papier-Mâché: Challenging Misrepresentations of Indigenous Knowledges in Education through Media. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 55(3), 365-381.
  12. Iseke-Barnes, J. (2009a). Unsettling Fictions: Disrupting Popular Discourses and Trickster Tales in Books for Children. Journal of Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 7(1), 24-57.
  13. Iseke-Barnes, J. (2009b). Grandmothers of the Métis Nation: A Living History with Dorothy Chartrand. Native Studies Review, 18(2), 69-104.
  14. Iseke-Barnes, J. (2008). Pedagogies for Decolonizing.Canadian Journal of Native Education, 31(1), 123-148. Special theme issue on Indigenous Knowledge and the University.