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Indigenous Research: The Expanding Circle
This session is for researchers including faculty members and graduate students, who want to learn more about taking part in Indigenous research. Whether you teach a research methods course within your discipline, are involved with Indigenous research, or are simply interested in the topic, this session is for you.
Indigenous research involves many considerations, including the beliefs and attitudes that guide our actions as researchers. Join this 1-hour virtual session to discuss research paradigms, positionality, and ways to cultivate respectful research partnerships. Relevant resources will be shared, and participants will have the opportunity to ask questions relating to their own research practices or goals.
Jessica Morin, MA. Indigenous Research Advisor, Office of Research Services: Jessica Morin (Ojibway, French Canadian and Polish) supports Indigenous research resource and process development in the Office of Research Services and is working alongside a steering committee towards the development of an Indigenous research policy framework.
Rachelle McKay, MA. Education Developer, Indigenous Knowledges and Ways of Knowing, Centre for Learning & Teaching: Rachelle McKay (Little Saskatchewan First Nation, Treaty 2 territory) aids faculty members in Indigenizing and decolonizing their course curriculums and teaching practices and has facilitated community-based research projects in the past.
To register: https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt/events-news.html
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