Enlivening the Practice of Collaborative Indigenous Research: A new digital garden

Conference Highlights, Keynote Speakers, Panels and Plenary, Professional Development
Decolonization Subcommittee, Equity Issues Subcommittee

In this lecture, Eve Tuck will share what she and her collaborators have learned, thus far, in their creation of a new digital garden to support the growth of Collaborative Indigenous Research theory and practice. Meant to support community and university-affiliated researchers alike, the digital garden is a way to cultivate inspiration and connection for a field that is often under-resourced in university settings. More, it works against the frequent request for one universal model for working meaningfully and ethically with Indigenous communities, instead emphasizing the place-based specificities that shape collaborative Indigenous research. www.CollaborativeIndigenousResearch.com

 

Dr.  Eve Tuck is Associate Professor of Critical Race and Indigenous Studies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto. She is Canada Research Chair of Indigenous Methodologies with Youth and Communities. Tuck is the founding director of the Tkaronto CIRCLE Lab.

 

 

The Canadian Sociological Association would like to thank the following associations for their support for this session;

Tags: Digital Studies, Indigenous Studies, Research Methods

Organizer: Kristin Lozanski, King's University College, Western University