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Doing research in Indigenous contexts: decolonial accountability for knowledge co-creation, with Dr. Ioana Radu
September 30, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Join us & bring your students to Dr. Ioana Radu’s “Doing research in Indigenous contexts” workshop this September 30th at 2:30. The workshop introduces participants to the opportunities and challenges of doing research in Indigenous contexts. The first part focuses on the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada and introduces recent decolonizing theories as they relate to doing research with and for Indigenous communities. The second part provides some examples of various research projects in terms of designing, conducting and mobilizing research that align with Indigenous priorities and support building local capacity.
- Become familiar with the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada and gain an understanding of decolonizing theory
- Explore the role of research in Indigenous peoples’ struggle for autonomy
- Gain a better understanding of ethical issues in Indigenous research
- Explore ways of ‘going public’ and mobilizing research beyond academic settings
To bring your class, contact Diana Rice. This will be a virtual event.