Blackfoot Ways of Knowing:The Worldview of the Siksikaitsitapi articulates the philosophical and epistemological foundations of Blackfoot–Siksikaitsitapi ways of knowing. It examines the interdependent, interconnecting, and reciprocal relationships of identity, knowledge, and research among the Blackfoot-speaking peoples, and is a journey of connecting the ancient pieces of the building knowledge processes among Indigenous peoples. Betty Bastien works with the Access division at the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary. She is Piikani and resides on the Blood Reserve, has taught and done curriculum design at Red Crow Community College in the Native Studies Department at the University of Lethbridge, and has conducted research on child development theories, child welfare, and Indigenous research methodologies. Betty was co-chair of the First Nations Adult and Higher Education Consortium Social Work Curriculum Development Task Force.