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IK Publications by ICIK Listserv Subscribers

In the fall or 2012 we issued a call on the lCIK listserv asking for information on publications related to Indigenous Knowledge (IK). Below are the results of that call. We are still in the process of confirming the accuracy of all citations. Some citations are incomplete and you will note that citation formats are often incorrect. However, the list is extensive and gives at least a partial picture of the breadth of work by our listserv members. Please let us know if you have citations you would like to contribute, or if you see any errors in the citations below.

Many of our Listserv subscribers publish their research in AlterNATIVE: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples.

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Ballesteros, E. R., & Carrión, D. S. (2007). Turismo Comunitario en Ecuador: Desarrollo y Sostenibilidad Social (p. 342 LA – es). Editorial Abya Yala.

Biodiversity contests: Indigenously-informed and transformed environmental education. (n.d.).

Bioline International Official Site (site updated regularly).


Chadare, F. J., Hounhouigan, J. D., Linnemann, A. R., Nout, M. J. R., & van Boekel, M. A. J. S. (2008). Indigenous Knowledge and Processing of Adansonia Digitata L. Food Products in Benin. Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 47(4), 338–362. doi:10.1080/03670240802003850

Chadha, N. K., & Sharma, K. L. (1951). Indian Journal of Gerontology: Special Issue: Intergenerational issues and challenges.

Chand, V. S., & Shukla, S. R. (2003). Biodiversity Contests: Indigenously Informed and Transformed Environmental Education. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 2(4), 229–236. doi:10.1080/15330150390256782

Cheng, A., Sinha, A., Shen, J., Mouakkad, S., Joseph, L., & Mehta, K. (2012). Opportunities for Social Innovation at the Intersection of ICT Education and Rural Supply Chains.

Global Humanitarian Technology Conference C1 - Seattle, Washington.



Estrella, M. (n.d.). Turismo Comunitario, la Gestiãn de Destinos y el Desarrollo Local. Cultura, Comunidad y Turismo, Ensayos sobre el Turismo Comunitario en Ecuador (pp. 141–163).

Estrella, M. (2007). La Incidencia Jurãdica en el Turismo Comunitario en el Ecuador. Turismo Comunitario en Ecuador, Desarrollo y Sostenibilidad Social, 41–63.




Hinrichs, C. (1995). Off the treadmill? Technology and tourism in the North American maple syrup industry. Agriculture and Human Values, 12(1), 39–47. doi:10.1007/BF02218073

Hinrichs, C. C. (1998). Sideline and Lifeline: The Cultural Economy of Maple Syrup Production. Rural Sociology, 63(4), 507–532 (LA – en). doi:10.1111/j.1549-0831.1998.tb00690.x

Hinrichs, C. C. (2000). Embeddedness and local food systems: notes on two types of direct agricultural market. Journal of Rural Studies, 16(3), 295–303. doi:10.1016/S0743-0167(99)00063-7





Kaplan, M, Sanchez, M., & Harper, S. (n.d.). Intergenerational programs and policies in ageing societies. International handbook on ageing and public policy. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Kaplan, M, & Thang, L. (1997). Intergenerational programs in Japan: Symbolic extensions of family unity. Journal of Aging and Identity, 2(4).

Kaplan, Matt. (1998). Intergenerational Programs: Support for Children, Youth, and Elders in Japan. (p. 284 LA – en). SUNY Press.

Kaplan, Matt, Henkin, N. Z., & Kusano, A. T. (2002). Linking lifetimes: a global view of intergenerational exchange. (p. 314 LA – en). University Press of America.



Maretzki, A. N. (2012). Women’s NutriBusiness Cooperatives in Kenya: An Integrated Strategy for Sustaining Rural Livelihoods. Public Domain material, reproduced from Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 2007;39(6):327-334. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, 9(6), 1436–1451 (LA – en.)

Mbikyo Mulinga, D. (2008). Indigenous knowledge of the hunde people. Revija Iskanja, Ljubijana.

Mbikyo Mulinga, D. Les Bahunde et Leur Connaissance Traditionnelle. Sarrebruck, Germany: Editions universitaires européennes.

Mehta, K., Alter, T., Semali, L., & Maretzki, A. AcademIK Connections: Bringing Indigenous Knowledge and Perspectives into the Classroom. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship.

Mehta, K., Semali, K., & Maretzki, A. (2011). Leveraging Indigenous Knowledge to Foster Developmental Entrepreneurship. NCIIA Annual Conference C1 - Alexandria.

Mitchell, R. (2011). Fernández and Cinematic Propaganda in the U.S. and Mexico. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, 13(4).

Muntaka, M. N. I., Hampton, G., Pati, R. N., & Schwarz-Herion, O. (2007). Traditional medicine: a bridge to better health in Ghana. Sustainable Development: Issues and Perspectives. New Delhi: D.K. Print World.









Sarr, K. G. (2012). "We lost our culture with civilization": Community perceptions of Indigenous knowledge and education. In Senegal. In C. Benson & K. Kosonen (eds.), Language Issues in Comparative Education: Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Non-dominant Languages and Cultures. Boston, Massachusetts: Sense Publishers.

Scott, G. (2010). Protocol for Evaluating Changing global Attitudes toward Innovation and Intellectual Property Regimes. University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, 32.

Scott, G. R. (2006a). An American’s Comparative View of Cultural and Intellectual Property in Japan and the United States. Doshisha Hogaku.

Scott, G. R. (2006b). Comparative View of Copyright as Cultural Property in Japan and the United States. Temple International & Comparative Law Journal, 20.

Scott, G. R. (2007). Spoliation, Cultural Property, and Japan. University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, 29.

Scott, G. R. (2010). What Do Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Elvis Presley, and Utagawa Toyoharu Have in Common? Protecting Artistic Legacy in the United States and Japan: A Comparison of U.S. Legal Principles and Iemoto Seido of Japan. Connecticut Journal of International Law, 26.

Scott, G. R., & Maull, K. (2012). Kryptonite, Duff Beer, and the Protection of Fictional Characters and Products in the Global Community. Monash University Law Review, 38(1). 175.

Selby, R., & Moore, P. (2011). What Do Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Elvis Presley, and Utagawa Toyoharu Have in Common? Protecting Artistic Legacy in the United States and Japan: A Comparison of U.S. Legal Principles and Iemoto Seido of Japan. Connecticut Journal of International Law, 26.

Scott, G. R., & Maull, K. (2012). Kryptonite, Duff Beer, and the Protection of Fictional Characters and Products in the Global Community. Monash University Law Review, 38(1). 175.

Semali, L., & Maretzki, A. (2000). Valuing Indigenous Knowledges: Strategies for Engaging Communities and Transforming the Academy. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 10(1), 91–106.

Semali, Ladislaus M, Grim, B. J., & Maretzki, A. N. (2007). Barriers to the Inclusion of Indigenous Knowledge Concepts in Teaching, Research, and Outreach. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 11(2), 73–88.

Shahvali, M., & Zarafshani, K. (2002). Using PRA techniques as metacognitive strategies to develop indigenous knowledge: a case study. International Social Science Journal, 54(173), 413–419 (LA – en). doi:10.1111/1468-2451.00393

Sharpe, M. E. (2012). Indigenous Peoples’ Rights. The Encyclopedia of Global Social Issues.

Shukla, S. (2004). Strengthening community-based conservation through traditional ecological knowledge. Proceedings of the International Conference on Indigenous Knowledges: Transforming the Academy C1 - Penn State University C3 - Indigenous Knowledge: Implications for Sustainable Development (pp. 44–58).

Shukla, S. (2007). Transmission of Traditional Medicinal Plant Knowledge: Local healers of Maharashtra, India. In R. N. Patti (ed.), Sustainable Development: Issues and Perspectives (pp.41–67). New Delhi: D.K. Print World.

Shukla, S., & Chand, V. S. (2006). Re-visioning learning within local knowledge systems: Implications for formal environmental education. In Saloman. In M. C.-I. C. -P. of the T. W. E. E. (WEEC) Congress (ed.), WEEC International Environmental Education Network (pp. 59–76).

Shukla, S., & Gardener, J. S. (2004). The Role of traditional ecological knowledge in education for community-based resource management. Tenth Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property C1 - Oaxaca, Mexico C3 - The Commons in an Age of Global Opportunities.

Shukla, S., & Sinclair, A. (2010). Strategies for Self-organization: Learning from a Village-level Community-based Conservation Initiative in India. Human Ecology, 38(2), 205–215. doi:10.1007/s10745-010-9301-y

Shukla, S., & Sinclair, A. J. (2009). Becoming a traditional medicinal plant healer: divergent views of practicing and young healers on traditional medicinal plant knowledge skills in India. Ethnobotany Research & Applications, 7, 39–51 (LA – en).

Shukla, S., & Thompson, S. (2004). Linking conservation and development through gender sensitive methods: The case of Medicinal Plant Conservation and Women’s Local Ecological Knowledge. Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA C1-Canada.

Shukla, S., Thompson, S., & R. Shukla, S. (2007). Community-based conservation through gender-sensitive approaches: Field experiences from India. Gender Equality and Sustainable Livelihood Strategies: Tools for Gender. In Development Best practices (pp. 77–116)

Shukla, S. R. (2009). Communicating Education for Sustainable Development with Less Articulate and Underprivileged Communities: Innovative Approaches to Socially Critical Environmental Education [PDF]. Biogeography and Biodiversity: IGU Commission Contribution to International Year of Planet Earth. (pp. 48–60). Rawat Publications.

Shukla, S. R., S. Gardner, J., Shukla, S., & Gardener, J. S. (2006). Community-based approaches to environmental education: Lessons for socially critical education and biodiversity conservation. In W. L. Salomone & M. Salomone (eds.), Innovative approaches to Education for Sustainable Development (Vol. 25, pp. 97–115). Frankfurt and Main: Frankfurt and Main: Peter Lang

Shukla, S. R., & Shukla, S. (2009). Augmenting women’s contributions in community-based conservation of medicinal plants: Lessons from biodiversity and recipe contests. In R. N. Patti & D. N. Tewari (eds.), Conservation of Medicinal Plants (pp. 175–214). New Delhi: APH Publishing.

Strengthening community-based conservation through traditional ecological knowledge. Indigenous Knowledge: Implications for Sustainable Development. (n.d.).


Thang, L. L. (2001). Generations in Touch: Linking the Old and Young in a Tokyo Neighborhood. Cornell University Press.

Tickamyer, A. R., & Kusujiarti, S. (2012). Power, Change, and Gender Relations in Rural Java: A Tale of Two Villages. Ohio University Press.




Where Gods and Mortals Meet: Continuity and Renewal in Urhobo Art. Perkins Foss (ed.) (2004). Museum for African Art, New York and Snoeck Dukaju, Ghent.