Sium, A., Desai, C. & Ritskes, E. (2012). Towards the ‘tangible unknown’: Decolonization and the Indigenous future. Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society, 1(1), p. I-XIII.
Ritskes, E. (2012). ‘A great tree has fallen’: Community, spiritual ecology and African education. African Journal of Teacher Education. [Open Access]
Ritskes, E. (2011). Indigenous spirituality and decolonization: Methodology for the classroom. In G. Dei (Ed.), Indigenous philosophies and critical education, (pp.411-421). New York: Peter Lang.
Ritskes, E. (2011). Connected: Indigenous spirituality in the classroom. In N. Wane, E. Manyimo & E. Ritskes (Eds.), Spirituality, education & society: An integrated approach. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Ritskes, E. (April 2012). Spiritual ecology, African education and the challenges for Global Citizenship Education. Paper presented at the Institute for Global Citizenship & Equity at Centennial College Annual ‘Engaging Hearts, Engaging Minds’ Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada.
Ritskes, E. (Feb. 2012). The medium and the message: Indigenous knowledges and digital storytelling in the classroom. Paper given at the Ethnography in Education Research Forum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Other Articles (Unpublished/In Progress)
Ritskes, E. Anti-racism, white privilege and the Christian church: Problems and possibility.
Ritskes, E. Presidents d’Afrique: Connecting Africa and the Black Diaspora through Senegalese rap.
Ritskes, E. Mugabe and the White African: Historical documentaries as a space of racial discipline.