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Spaces between indigenous and non-indigenous knowledge systems

Laura Brearley, Treahna Hamm

pp. 259-278

There are multiple ways of experiencing, knowing and communicating. In our shared doctoral experience as an Indigenous candidate and a non-Indigenous supervisor, Treahna and I developed a relationship which was underpinned by the Indigenous concept of Deep Listening. Deep Listening is a concept which appears in many Aboriginal languages in Australia.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-6209-317-1_22

Full citation:

Brearley, L. , Hamm, T. (2013)., Spaces between indigenous and non-indigenous knowledge systems, in A. Engels-Schwarzpaul & M. A. Peters (eds.), Of other thoughts: non-traditional ways to the doctorate, Rotterdam, SensePublishers, pp. 259-278.

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