Indigenous Research Design: Transnational Perspectives in Practice
A RIDGS Book Event for Dr. Elizabeth Sumida Huaman
Event Date & Time
Liberal Arts Engagement Hub, Pillsbury Hall 120
310 Pillsbury Dr SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
In recognition of their new edited volume, Indigenous research design (2023), co-editors Elizabeth Sumida Huaman and Nathan D. Martin will be in conversation with a panel of contributing authors on the many visions and processes of "coming to know" that Indigenous communities have engaged and transformed through creative research design. With a Foreword by Manulani Aluli Meyer (Kanaka Maoli) and original artwork by Eliza Naranjo-Morse (Tewa), the volume features researchers who emerge from, are deeply connected to, and stand with Indigenous nations around the world. Together, they discuss the development of Indigenous research methodologies and design, including how questions, data collection, ethical guidelines, and inspiring collaborations are made with Indigenous peoples and places. Moderated by Bianet Castellanos, the Director of the Institute for Advanced Study and volume contributing author, the event will feature Camille Cyprian, Linda Diffey (Cree), Kaylen James (Lakota), Lorrille McGregor (Anishinaabe), Amanda Montoya (Taos/Ohkay Owingeh/Isleta Pueblos), Madeline Nyblade, and Prem Phyak (Yaakthung). A reception for attendees will follow.
*This event is co-sponsored by American Studies, American Indian Studies, and Anthropology