03 juin 2014

Déclin d’un paradigme, construction d’un paradigme : Recherche indigène au 21e siècle

9h30 – 10h00 : Bienvenue et introduction


Elaine Coburn, CADIS (EHESS)

Indigenous Research in the 21st Century

10h00 - 11h00

  • Graham Smith, Distinguished Professor, Te Whare Wananga O Awanuiarangi (New Zealand)
    Research and Maori Economic Development
  • Kelly Aguirre, PhD student, Department of Political Science, University of Victoria (Canada)
    Telling Stories of Resistance and Resurgence: Idle No More and Indigenous Scholarship

11h00 – 11h15  Pause café

11h15 - 12h15

  •  Margaret Kovach, Educational Foundations/Educational Administrations, University of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    Validity and Dependability in Whose World?  A Contemplation of Research Standards From an Indigenous perspective
  • Chris Andersen, Rupertlands Centre for Metis Research, Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta (Canada)
    Critical Indigenous Studies

12h15 – 13h30 Interruption

13h30 – 15h45

  • Aileen Moreton-Robinson, National Indigenous Research and Knowledges Network (Australia)
    Paradigm Busting Beyond Racialised Discourse: Relationality as the Indigenous Social Research Paradigm
  • Harpell Montgomery, Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina (Canada)
    Hunting and Gathering: Indigenous Perspectives on Research Design
  • Brendan Hokowhitu, Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta (Canada)
    Post-Indigenous Studies
  • Jelena Porsanger Sámi University College/ Sámi allaskuvla (Sápmi) (Norway)
    Ethical Challenges in Indigenous Research: Looking for Indigenous Perspectives

15h45-16h00 Pause café


  • Kim Anderson, Indigenous Studies/Contemporary Studies, Wilfred Laurier University (Canada)
    Now that We’re Doing it : Indigenous Community Based Research Practices and Challenges


Table ronde : Collective Reflections on the Indigenous Research in the 21st Century


Lieu : Le France
Localisation : Salle du conseil A

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