Community, Psychology, and Indigenous Peoples
Submit proposals by March 30, 2018 | Full manuscripts by November 1, 2018
The American Journal of Community Psychology has issued a Call for Papers for a special issue "Community, Psychology, and Indigenous Peoples"
This special issue will highlight how both Indigenous and non-indigenous community scientists and educators navigate the discipline-dominated structures to incorporate indigeneity in various forms. They seek papers that contribute new insights to how the practice of community psychology and related fields of action and inquiry contribute to the social justice and emancipation of indigenous peoples.
They are seeking papers related to the following topics:
- Articles that elucidate how people are navigating the intersections of indigenous psychology with research, practice, and teaching through "project-based" examples.
- Examples of engagement with indigenous communities and partners to conduct research, teaching, or practice to advance a social justice agenda relevant for Indigenous peoples or incorporates Indigenous knowledges.
- Articles addressing the conflicts that arise or ethical issues relevant to collaborating with Indigenous communities when conducting research, practice, or teaching.