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[Event Highlight] Cultivating Alliances and Indigenous Research Methodologies in Natural Resources
September 15, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm MDTFree
The Department of Biological Sciences
Seminar Series Presents: Dr. Sammy Matsaw
Fish & Wildlife Department, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Cultivating alliances will take an earnest and diligent effort of self and community work to undo the historical genocide, trauma, and harm left in the substantial scope and scale of colonialism projects. Storytelling is a way of interpreting the natural landscape and phenomena through metaphors to respecting the sources of life-giving entities aka natural resources. Indigenous Peoples are living in their homelands since time immemorial, however, have been removed in some form or fashion aka erasure. Traditional/Indigenous Knowledge is still practiced today persisting over 500 generations informing a way of knowing to be a part of nature, the land, and waterways aka science. Decolonizing and Indigenous Research Methodologies is the critical lens the scientific enterprise needs to interweave different ways of knowing that inform policy towards real climate change action.
This event will be hosted by Dr. Kelly Hopping on Thursday, September 15th, 2022 from 3:00pm – 4:15pm
This event will be hosted in person in the Education Bldg, Room 109 or can be joined Via Zoom
Meeting ID: 999 4159 6639
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