Brewer, Joseph P, II, Shaylee Vandever, and Jay T Johnson. 2018. “Towards Energy Sovereignty: Biomass as Sustainability in Interior Alaska.” Journal Articles. Sustainability Science
, March. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-017-0441-5
Larsen, Soren C, and Jay T Johnson. 2017. Being Together in Place: Indigenous Coexistence in a More-than-Human World. Books. Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press.
Johnson, Jay T, and Clare Madge. 2016. “Empowering Methodologies: Feminist and Indigenous Approaches. .” Book Chapters. In Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography, edited by Iain Hay. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Johnson, Jay T, Richard Howitt, Gregory Cajete, Fikret Berkes, Renee Pualani Louis, and Andrew Kliskey. 2015. “Weaving Indigenous and Sustainability Sciences to Diversify Our Methods.” Journal Articles. Sustainability Science
11 (1). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-015-0349-x
Whyte, Kyle Powys, Joseph P. Brewer II, and Jay T. Johnson. 2015. “Weaving Indigenous Science, Protocols and Sustainability Science.” Journal Articles. Sustainability Science
, April. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-015-0296-6
Coombes, Brad, Jay T Johnson, and Richard Howitt. 2014. “Indigenous Geographies III, Methodological Innovation and the Unsettling of Participatory Research.” Journal Articles. Progress in Human Geography
38 (6): 845–54. https://doi.org/10.1177/0309132513514723
Johnson, Jay T., and Soren C. Larsen, eds. 2013. A Deeper Sense of Place: Stories and Journeys of Collaboration in Indigenous Research. Books. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press.
Johnson, Jay T. 2013. “Dancing into Place: The Role of the Powwow within Urban Indigenous Communities.” Book Chapters. In Indigenous in the City: Contemporary Identities and Cultural Innovation, edited by E. Peters and C. Andersen, 316–23. UBC Press.
Coombes, Brad, Jay T. Johnson, and Richard Howitt. 2013. “Indigenous Geographies II: The Aspirational Spaces in Postcolonial Politics – Reconciliation, Belonging and Social Provision.” Journal Articles. Progress in Human Geography
37 (5): 691–700. https://doi.org/10.1177/0309132512469590
Louis, Renee Pualani, Jay T. Johnson, and Albertus Hadi Pramono. 2012. “Editorial Introduction: Indigenous Cartographies and Counter-Mapping.” Journal Articles. Cartographica 47 (2): 77–79.
Larsen, Soren C., and Jay T. Johnson. 2012. “In between Worlds: Place, Experience, and Research in Indigenous Geography.” Journal Articles. Journal of Cultural Geography 29 (1): 1–15.
Coombes, Brad, Jay T. Johnson, and Richard Howitt. 2012. “Indigenous Geographies I: Mere Resource Conflicts? The Complexity in Indigenous Land and Environmental Claims.” Journal Articles. Progress in Human Geography 36 (6): 810–21.
Johnson, Jay T. 2012. “Place-Based Learning and Knowing: A Critical Pedagogy Grounded in Indigeneity.” Journal Articles. GeoJournal 77 (6): 829–36.
Larsen, Soren C., and Jay T. Johnson. 2012. “Towards an ‘open’ Sense of Place: Geography and the Question of Being.” Journal Articles. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (3): 632–46.
Johnson, Jay T., and Michael Yellow Bird. 2011. “Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Survival.” Book Chapters. In Handbook on International Social Work: Human Rights, Development, and the Global Profession, edited by L. Healy and R. Link, 208–13. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Coombes, Brad, Nicole Gombay, Jay T. Johnson, and Wendy S. Shaw. 2011. “The Challenges of and from Indigenous Geographies: Implications for Openly Transcultural Research.” Book Chapters. In The Companion to Social Geography, edited by R. Panelli, 472–89. Oxford: Blackwell.
Johnson, Jay T. 2008. “Indigeneity’s Challenges to the White Settler-State: Creating a Thirdspace for Dynamic Citizenship.” Journal Articles. Alternatives: Global, Local, Political 33 (1): 29–52.
Johnson, Jay T. 2008. “Kitchen Table Discourse: Negotiating the ‘Tricky Ground’ of Indigenous Research.” Journal Articles. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 32 (3): 127–37.
Johnson, Jay T., Garth Cant, Richard Howitt, and Evelyn Peters. 2007. “Creating Anti-Colonial Geographies: Embracing Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledges and Rights.” Journal Articles. Geographical Research 45 (2): 117–20.
Johnson, Jay T., and Brian Murton. 2007. “Re/Placing Native Science: Indigenous Voices in Contemporary Constructions of Nature.” Journal Articles. Geographical Research 45 (2): 121–29.
Johnson, Jay T., Renee Pualani Louis, and Albertus Hadi Pramono. 2006. “Facing the Future: Encouraging Cartographic Literacies in Indigenous Communities.” Journal Articles. ACME: An International E-Journal of Critical Geography 4 (1): 80–98.