Indigenizing Academia

Listening to Our Ancestors: Indigenous Methodologies for Research Today
Date
Oct 10, 2022, 4:30 pm6:30 pm

Speaker

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Event Description

Speaker
Corey Still (United Keetoowah Band)
Bacone College

Discussants:
Elizabeth Ellis (Peoria Tribe of Oklahoma) History Department

Noah Colllins (Cherokee Nation/White Mountain Apache Tribe), Anthropology Department

The discussion will center around Indigenous research methodologies: from genetics, bioethics, and health care to history and education. This conversation is part of a wave of Indigenous research sweeping across all fields of research and study and the three Native American scholars will highlight how they apply Indigenous research methodologies to their work and how they look to Indigenize the academy.

Co-organized with the Pace Center for Civic Engagement and the University Center for Human Values

Pace Center for Civic Engagement
University Center for Human Values

 

Co-sponsored by the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative at Princeton and Natives at Princeton

Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative at Princeton
Natives of Princeton