Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education: Mapping the Long View published in 2019 by Routledge offers the ideas of well-known education thinkers Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang. This 292-page volume features the works of 26 Indigenous and other scholars in fifteen essays in the series, Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education. The authors represent a variety of cultural traditions including Maori, Samoa, Mayan, Navajo, Salish, Hesquiaht, Tlingit, Ojibwe, and others. The essays include Literacies of Land: Decolonizing Narratives, Storying & Literature [By Sandra Styres (Kanien'keha:ka)]; 2. Haa shageinyaa: 'Point your canoe downstream and keep your head up!' [By Naadli Todd Lee Ormiston (Northern Tutchone, Tlingit)]; 3. Rez Ponies and Confronting Sacred Junctures in Decolonizing and Indigenous Education [By Kelsey Dayle John (Dinei)] 4. River as lifeblood, River as border: The irreconcilable discrepancies of colonial occupation from/with/on/of the Frontera [By Marissa Munoz (Xicana Tejana)]; 5. Indigenous Oceanic Futures: Challenging Settler Colonialisms & Militarization [By Noelani Goodyear-Ka'opua (Kanaka Maoli)]; 6. The Ixil University and the Decolonization of Knowledge [By Giovanni Batz (K'iche' Maya)]; 7. Decolonizing Indigenous Education in the Postwar City: Native Women's Activism from Southern California to the Motor City [By Kyle T. Mays (Saginaw Chippewa) & Kevin Whalen]; 8. Queering Indigenous Education [By Alex Wilson (Opaskwayak Cree Nation) with Marie Laing (Kanyen'keha:ka)]; Chapter 9: Colonial Conventions: Institutionalized Research Relationships and Decolonizing Research Ethics [By Madeline Whetung (Nishnaabeg) and Sarah Wakefield]; 10. Decolonization for the Masses? Grappling with Indigenous Content Requirements in the Changing Canadian Post-Secondary Environment [By Adam Gaudry (Metis) & Danielle E. Lorenz]; 11. E Kore Au e Ngaro, He Kakano i Ruia mai i Rangiatea (I will never be lost, I am a seed sown from Rangiatea): Te Wananga o Raukawa as an Example of Educating for Indigenous futures [By Kim McBreen (Waitaha, Kati Mamoe, Ngai Tahu)]; 12. Designing futures of identity: Navigating agenda collisions in Pacific disability [By Catherine Picton and Rasela Tufue-Dolgoy]; 13. Decolonizing Education through Transdisciplinary Approaches to Climate Change Education [By Teresa Newberry and Octaviana V. Trujillo (Yaqui)]; 14. With roots in the water: Revitalizing Straits Salish Reef Net fishing as education for well-being and sustainability [By Nicholas XEMTOLTW Claxton (Tsawout) & Carmen Rodriguez de France (Kickapoo)]; and 15. walya asuk i naananiqsakqin: At the Home of our Ancestors: Ancestral Continuity in Indigenous Land-Based Language Immersion [By chuutsqa Layla Rorick (Hesquiaht)]. This series is an important addition to scholarly Indigenous education and this volume makes essential reading for scholars and teachers working at all levels. Highly recommended.