Publications

Articles in Refereed Journals

Inkster, C. & Parent, A. (2020). “It’s Extremely Difficult When Nobody’s Listening to you”: Learning from the relocation stories of Indigenous girls in foster care. Relational Child & Youth Care Practice, 33(3), 63-87.

Kerr, J. & Parent, A. (2018). The First Peoples principles’ of learning in teacher education: Responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 40(1), 36-53.

Parent, A. (2017). Visioning as an integral element to understanding learners transition to university. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 7, 153-170.

Kerr, J. & Parent, A. (2016). Being taught by Raven: A story of knowledge in a teacher education program, Canadian Journal of Native Education, 1, 62-79.

Parent, A. (2011) “Keep Us Coming Back for More”: Aboriginal youth Speak about wholistic education. Canadian Journal of Native Education, (1), 28-50.

Invited Chapters in Edited Book(s)

Parent, A. (2020). Txeemsim Bends the Box to Bring New Light to Working with Indigenous Methodologies. In A. Abdi’s (Ed) Critical Theorizations of Education. Nieden: Brill: Press.

Archibald, J. & Parent, A. (2019). Hands Back, Hands Forward for Indigenous Storywork as Methodology. In Sweeney Windchief and Tim San Pedro’s (Eds), Applying Indigenous Research Methods: Peoples and Communities (3-20). New York: Routledge.

Parent, A. (2018) Research Tales with Txeemsim. In Deborah McGregor & Rochelle Johnston’s (Eds) Research in Indigenous Contexts (65-82). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press Inc.

Chapter in Invited Edited Book(s) (accepted)

Parent, A. & Kerr, A. (2019). Contemporary colonialism and (im)possibilities in higher education: An anti-colonial response to reconciliation. In A. Kempf & S. Styre’s (Eds) Troubling Trickster: Indigeneity and the politics of decolonizing reconciliation in education. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.

Professional Publications

Parent, A. (2017). Working with Learning, sharing, knowing: Celebrating successes in K-12 Aboriginal education in the classroom. Admininfo, October Issue, BC Principals and Vice Principals Association, 176-19. Retrieved from, https://bcpvpa.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Oct17AdminfoParentWeb.pdf

Parent, A. (2016) Learning from Aboriginal youth transitioning to university. Canadian Teacher Magazine (January-February, 12-13. Retrieved from, http://www.canadianteachermagazine.com/issues/2016/CTM_JanFeb16/index.php

Reports

Parent, A., Lin, G., Cojocaru, A., Roberts, C., Abera, Y., Oonipede, O. & Cheverie, C. (2021). Deepening Indigenous education and equity to support the wholistic success of Indigenous learners, families & communities in School District 42 Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows, 1-200.

Parent, A, & Gray, L. (2020). Program Review of Spirit Lodge and Spirit Way Program. Helping Spirit Lodge Society, Vancouver: BC, 1-92.

Parent, A., Morgan, J., Point, G., & Morven, S. (2019). “United as One We Tell Our Story”: A comprehensive review of School District 92 (Nisga’a), 1-352. Gitlax̱t’aamiks: Nisga’a Lisims Government.

Parent, A. (2018). Building local partnerships in education final report, 1-22 (SFU Faculty of Education, Indigenous Education Reconciliation Council Internal Report).

Parent, A. (2014). Indigenous educational doctoral initiatives at research intensive universities in Canada, the United States, New Zealand and Australia, 1-20, (UBC Internal Report).

Knowledge Mobilization Media Publications

Stack, M. (Host) (2021, May 19).  In Conversation with Dr. Amy Parent Podcast for Decolonial Theory Module. In H. Janz, B. Opini & M. Stack’s Introduction to Critical Theories On-Line Module. Department of Educational Studies, University of British Columbia. https://thesismodules.edst.educ.ubc.ca/introduction-to-critical-theories/

Canadian Commission: United Nations Education Scientific & Cultural Organization (2021). Land as teacher: Understanding Indigenous land based education. Retrieved from https://en.ccunesco.ca/idealab/indigenous-land-based-education.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Montage for Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Draft Oral Editorial for Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019) Chief Harley Chappel: Semiahmoo Nation. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Dr. Sheri Fabian. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Dr. Cher Hill. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Dr. Adel Iskander. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence: Simon Fraser University and Faculty of Education.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Elder Margaret George & Michelle George: Səl̓ílwətaɬ Nation. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer ). (2019). Elder Jim Kew: Xʷməθkwəy̓əm Nation. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Oral Historian Sonny McHalsie: Stó:lō. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Elder Latash Nahannee: Skwxwú7mesh Nation. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Dr. Amy Parent, Oral Editorial: Working with Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series in the Classroom. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University [Currently being edited].

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Elder Cyril Pierre & Elder Ed Pierre: Katzie Nation. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Dr. Gwendolyn Point: Stó:lō Nation. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence and Faculty of Education: Simon Fraser University.

Parent, A. (Producer & Writer). (2019). Dr. Mark Winston. In Critical Understandings of Land and Water: Disrupting Place at Simon Fraser University Series. Centre for Educational Excellence: Simon Fraser University and Faculty of Education.

Parent, A. (Writer). (2016). Sayt-k’il’hl Wo’osim’ (Our Common Bowl) blog. Details assignments from EDUC 311, including: critical resource assessment’s of new Indigenous curriculum, content and lessons plans and an art based reconciliation action project “Cedar Bombs” (Our commonbowl.ga). Will be updated in fall 2020 for EDST 401 assignments.

Media

Gangdev, S. (2021, June 14th). Burnaby students told to list ways in which First Nations people benefited from colonialism on exam. https://overstory.activehosted.com/index.php?action=social&chash=f4f6dce2f3a0f9dada0c2b5b66452017429&s=f4e426eb220d92c1b2ee8e8183279e8d.

Uncu,S. (2021, January 20th). Interview with Amy Parent. CITR Radio. https://www.citr.ca/radio/arts-report/episode/20210120/.

Blain, S. (2021, January 8). UBC professor using virtual reality to revitalize Nisga’a language. https://www.ubyssey.ca/science/virtual-reality-nisgaa-language/. Ubyssey.

Hirose, A. (2020, December 18). Meet the UBC Professor using virtual reality technology to revitalize Nisga’a culture. Profile on Amy Parent. Vancouver Magazine. https://www.vanmag.com/Meet-the-UBC-Professor-Using-Virtual-Reality-to-Revitalize-Nisgaa-Culture.

Janakiran, M. (2020, December 8). Interview with Chief Duuk and Amy Parent. [Broadcast on air only] On the Coast: CBC. Vancouver, BC.

Kirsten. (2020, December 29). Use of VR for the Revival of the Nisga’a Language. Immersive Technology. https://immersive-technology.com/virtualreality/use-of-virtual-reality-for-the-revival-of-ancient-nisgaa-language-and-culture/.

Pagè, J. (2020, December 8). Interview with Amy Parent [Broadcast on air interview only]. Radio West: CBC. Kelowna, BC.

Thomas, M. (2020, December 8). Interview with Amy Parent [Broadcast on air only]. All Points West, CBC. Victoria, BC.

Bogstie, B. (2020, December). New project using virtual reality to revitalize Nisga’a language. The Interior News.

Bogstie, B. (2020, December). New project using virtual reality to revitalize Nisga’a language. The Northern View.

Bogstie, B. (2020, December). New project using virtual reality to revitalize Nisga’a language. The Terrace Standard.

Gill, D. (2020, December). Virtual reality technology will help revitalize Nisga’a Language. CFTK TV News.

Gill, D. (2020, December). Virtual reality technology will help revitalize Nisga’a Language. iHeartRadio.

Ryan, D. (2020, December). Nisga’a researcher spearheads new effort to repatriate family house pole from Europe. MSNNews.com

Ryan, D. (2020, December). Nisga’a researcher spearheads new effort to repatriate family house pole from Europe. The Province.

Ryan, D. (2020, December). Nisga’a researcher spearheads new effort to repatriate family house pole from Europe. The Vancouver Sun.

Van Eeuwen, T. (2020, December). UBC Prof Amy Parent creates revolutionary program to revitalize Nisga’a Language. Loose Lips Magazine.

Johnson, G. (2020, December 2nd). Trailblazing B.C. project revitalizes Nisga’a culture and language. Stir. https://www.createastir.ca/articles/amy-parent-raising-nisgaa-language. 

Graphic novels as a medium for grappling with Indigenization and decolonization. (2019, January 15). Teaching and Learning Centre at Simon Fraser University. Retrieved September 18, 2020, from https://www.sfu.ca/tlc/blog/graphic-novels-as-a-medium-for-grappling-with-indigenization-and-decolonization.html

Dr. Amy Parent won Douglas College’s 2018 Distinguished Alumni award. (2018, September 27). New West Record. Retrieved September 18, 2020, from https://www.newwestrecord.ca/news/dr-amy-parent-won-douglas-college-s-2018-distinguished-alumni-award-1.23443353

Submitted

Parent, A. (submitted). Indigenous Game Changing Advice on Supervision from   Indigenous Doctoral Students & Faculty. Critical Studies in Education.