Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society is calling for submissions that inspire, provoke, and contest definitions of “decolonization”, with consideration of how decolonization intersects with Indigeneity and education in our world today. The purpose of this conceptual issue is to push the boundaries of decolonization theory and practice, while lending specificity to a term, concept, and vision that is too often taken-for-granted. What does “decolonization” mean to you? What does it mean to the various Indigenous communities, who span equally varied social, political and geographic contexts, and are fighting to realize a decolonized future? If we take seriously the notion that “decolonization has no synonym” (Tuck & Yang, Sept 2012 issue), then this issue hopes to attract scholarship that takes the risk of trying to identify the features of this unique term, concept, and vision for the future...