Coyote and Raven Talk about the Business of Education or How Did Wall Street Bay Street and Sesame Street Get Into the Pockets of Publicly Funded Universities or Vice Versa?
Keywords: academic freedom, indigeneity, aboriginal methodologies
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this is a conversation between two tricksters raven and coyote
they were sitting around the verandah in their jeans and pedalpushers eating corncrackers
and carrots playing blues riffs on the harmonica and whistling
they had been asked to give a talk at a conference at ubc
on academic freedom and the corporate university so they were giving it some thought
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