Name
Research is... A collection of stories about how Indigenous research cultivates spaces for healing, relationships, ceremony, and transformative resistance
Date & Time
Thursday, August 12, 2021, 11:45 AM - 12:30 PM
Description

The Indigenous Research Support Team is a group within Research Services at the University of Calgary that strives to promote ethical, reciprocal and culturally responsive research with Indigenous peoples, communities, waters and lands.  The team is composed of four women who have experience working with Indigenous research in various capacities. Inspired by the power of stories, this presentation will be a discussion on how Indigenous and community-based research can create pathways for individual and collective healing, reconnection to ceremony and assist us in being in relationship with diverse communities, and ultimately, how research can become a form of empowered resistance and transformation.  The Indigenous Research Support Team is a group within Research Services at the University of Calgary that strives to promote ethical, reciprocal and culturally responsive research with Indigenous peoples, communities, waters and lands.  The team is composed of four women who have experience working with Indigenous research in various capacities. Inspired by the power of stories, this presentation will be a discussion on how Indigenous and community-based research can create pathways for individual and collective healing, reconnection to ceremony and assist us in being in relationship with diverse communities, and ultimately, how research can become a form of empowered resistance and transformation.  

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