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Madden, Brooke, and Heather E. McGregor. "Ex(er)cising Student Voice in Pedagogy for Decolonizing: Exploring Complexities Through Duoethnography." The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies 35 (2013): 371-91. 


This article reflects upon and critically examines a duoethnographic “sharing circle” educational experience undertaken by the authors to try to investigate “pedagogy for decolonizing as a theoretical approach to Indigenous education with adults.”  The experience encouraged them to reflect upon the complexities that continue to exist regarding the indigenous/non-indigenous relationship, and to work for more equitable indigenous education by “resignify (ing) a pedagogy of voice, where subjectivity is conceived of as ‘a process, perpetually in construction, perpetually contradictory, perpetually open to change” (Belsey 1980, 132).

Shannon Leggett