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Relating Intersectionality and Indigenous-Engaged Research and Scholarship
Date
2020-07-24
Main contributors
Supernant, Kisha; Altamirano-Jiménez, Isabel; Salami, Bukola; Tate, Shirley Anne; Sockbeson, Rebecca
Summary
Dr, Kisha Supernant with guests Isabel Altamirano-Jiménez, Faculty of Arts, Department of Political Science; Bukola Salami, Faculty of Nursing; Shirley Anne Tate, Faculty of Arts, Department of Sociology and Rebecca Sockbeson, Faculty of Education, Educational Policy Studies will discuss relating intersectionality and Indigenous-Engaged research and Scholarship.
Contributor
Gray, Rebecca
Subject
Conference
Genres
Talk; Question and Answer Session
Language
English
License / Terms of Use
Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)
Collection
Situated Knowledges, Indigenous Peoples and Place (SKIPP)
Unit
Default Unit
Notes

Each group of presentations will be followed by a question and answer session.

Research assistant: Gray, Rebecca

Contents

Isabel Altamirano-Jiménez, Faculty of Arts, Department of Political Science
Presentation Title: "Intersectionality, Indigenous Experiences and Multi Species Relationships"

Bukola Salami, Faculty of Nursing
Presentation Title: Community engaged research and Intersectionality: Opportunities,
Challenges and Rewards

Shirley Anne Tate, Faculty of Arts, Department of Sociology
Presentation Title: Decolonization and antiracism in universities in settler colonial states:
Comparative analyses of Canada, Sweden, Brazil and South Africa

Rebecca Sockbeson, Faculty of Education, Educational Policy Studies
Presentation Title: Red Hope Cipenuk: Making Space for Indigenous Knowledge Mobilization
(IKM) & A Call for Anti-racist Conviction