KULA
Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies

Volume 5, Number 1, 2021 Special Issue: Indigenous Knowledges

Table of contents (16 articles)

Research Articles

  1. Cedar Project: Conducting Health Research with Indigenous Peoples in a Good Way
  2. Engaging Respectfully with Indigenous Knowledges: Copyright, Customary Law, and Cultural Memory Institutions in Canada
  3. Gramophone, Masinatahikan – Typewriter, Press, Our Mother(s) Tongue: Reflections on Indigenous (First Nations and Métis) Literacies and Media
  4. Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Environmental Governance in Canada

Conversations

  1. Evolving Knowledge: The Photography Practice of Contemporary Inuk Art Photographer Barry Pottle
  2. Talking with My Daughter About Archives: Métis Researchers and Genealogy

Commentaries

  1. An Arts Organization Policy Brief on Indigenous Knowledges

Project Reports

  1. Dah Dzāhge Nodesidē/We Are Speaking Our Language Again: The Implementation of a Community-Based Tāłtān Language Reclamation Framework
  2. "That’s my Auntie": Community-Guided Residential School History
  3. Rediscovering the Tradition of Painted Caribou Belongings in Eeyou Istchee: A Community-Based and Community-Led Research Project
  4. Mobilizing and Activating Haíɫzaqvḷa (Heiltsuk Language) and Culture Through a Community-University Partnership
  5. The Miiyupimatisiiun Research Data Archives Project: Co-developing an Indigenous Data Repository
  6. More Than Personal Communication: Templates For Citing Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers
  7. Tribesourcing Southwest Films: Counter-Narrations and Reclamation
  8. The Smoke Signals Radio Show Archive Project: An Introduction

Teaching Reflections

  1. Grease Trail Storytelling Project: Creating Indigenous Digital Pathways

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