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AcknowledgmentsPrefaceIntroduction1 The Gift2 From Cultural Conflicts to Epistemic Ignorance3 The Question of Speaking and the Impossibility of the Gift4 Knowing the "Other" and "Learning to Learn"5 Hospitality and the Logic of the Gift in the AcademyConclusionAfterwordNotesBibliographyIndex

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Kuokkanen is fierce and unflinching in her arguments, and her documentation and bibliography are flawless; her ideas are powerful and necessary. When she speaks of her own experience and uses her own homescape of the Deatnu River to articulate the paradox of an indigenous scholar, she is ... poetic and compelling. -- Kathleen Osgood Dana, University of the Arctic BAIKI: The International Sami Journal

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Rauna Kuokkanen is an associate professor of education and indigenous studies at Sami University College, Kautokeino, Norway.

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Kuokkanen is fierce and unflinching in her arguments, and her documentation and bibliography are flawless; her ideas are powerful and necessary. When she speaks of her own experience and uses her own homescape of the Deatnu River to articulate the paradox of an indigenous scholar, she is ... poetic and compelling.? Kathleen Osgood Dana, University of the Arctic, B?IKI: The International S?mi Journal

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