Indigenous scholars discovered that indigenous knowledge is far more than the binary opposite of western knowledge. As a concept, indigenous knowledge benchmarks the limitations of Eurocentric theory — its methodology, evidence, and conclusions — reconceptualizes the resilience and self-reliance of indigenous peoples, and underscores the importance of their own philosophies, heritages, and educational processes. Indigenous knowledge fills the ethical and knowledge gaps in Eurocentric education, research, and scholarship (2002:5).
"Telling Stories and Living Art: Making Room for Social Justice and Diversity in Graduate Education,"
Academic Leadership: The Online Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 12.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol5/iss2/12