Indigenous Methodologies: Characteristics, Conversations, and Contexts, 2nd ed. by Cree/Saulteaux professor Margaret Kovach is a groundbreaking text in the field of Indigenous research. Since its original publication in 2009, it has become the most-trusted guide used in the study of Indigenous methodologies and has been adopted in university courses around the world. It provides a conceptual and methodological framework for conducting Indigenous methodologies and serves as a useful entry point for those wishing to learn more broadly about Indigenous research. The second edition incorporates new literature along with other substantial updates, including a fulsome discussion of Indigenous theory and analysis, new chapters on community partnership and capacity building, an added focus on oracy and other forms of knowledge dissemination, and a renewed call to decolonize the academy. The second edition also includes discussion questions as a way to enhance classroom interaction with the text. In a field that continues to grow and evolve, and as universities and researchers strive to learn and apply Indigenous-informed research, this important new edition introduces readers to the principles and practices of Indigenous methodologies.