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Bridging Parallel Rows: Epistemic Difference and Relational Accountability in Cross-Cultural Research
To what extent are non-Indigenous researchers invited to engage the knowledges of Indigenous peoples? For those working within a western paradigm, what is an ethical approach to traditional knowledgeExpand
Situating the Work: A typology of traditional knowledge literature
There is a growing array of actors engaged in the field of traditional knowledge (TK). The result is a broad, messy, and contested body of literature. To navigate this conceptual space, this paperExpand
Making room and moving over: knowledge co-production, Indigenous knowledge sovereignty and the politics of global environmental change decision-making
The global environmental change research community that engages with Indigenous knowledge holders commonly practice engagement in an extractive way: knowledge is treated as data that can beExpand
Belonging to Lake Nipissing: Knowledge, Governance, and Human-Fish Relations
Fishing constitutes an essential relation through which Nipissing peoples belong to Lake Nipissing. Belonging in and through human-fish relations is an affective, embodied, and dynamic relation. ItExpand