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- How we go home : voices from indigenous North America
- Neoliberalism and neo-jihadism : propaganda and finance in Al Qaeda and Islamic state
- The ex-boyfriend yard sale
- The censorship and Fortuna of Platina's Lives of the popes in the sixteenth century
- Decolonizing place in early childhood education
- The Athena protocol
- The hammer of witches : poems
- Wayfinding and critical autoethnography
- Stand like a cedar
- Four hundred souls : a community history of African America, 1619-2019
- Land education : rethinking pedagogies of place from indigenous, postcolonial, and decolonizing perspectives
- Indigenous textual cultures : reading and writing in the age of global empire
- I you we them.
- Indigenous women's theatre in Canada : a mechanism of decolonization
- Creation and beauty in Tolkien's Catholic vision : a study in the influence of Neoplatonism in J. R.R. Tolkien's philosophy of life as "being and gift"
- More powerful together : conversations with climate activists and Indigenous land defenders
- Our blue planet : an introduction to maritime and underwater archaeology
- Charisma : micro-sociology of power and influence
- The history and culture of Iroquois diplomacy : an interdisciplinary guide to the treaties of the Six Nations and their league
- Financial liberalization and economic development in Korea, 1980-2020
- Some blow flutes
- The human work of art : a theological appraisal of creativity and the death of the artist
- Serving Elizabeth
- Murder maps : crime scenes revisited, phrenology to fingerprint 1811-1911
- Red, white & royal blue
- Teaching languages in blended synchronous learning classrooms : a practical guide
- Éducation et (post) vérité : l'épreuve des faits
- An act of genocide : colonialism and the sterilization of Aboriginal women
- Teaching each other : Nehinuw concepts and indigenous pedagogies
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