|5 Apr 2022||17:00 - 18:30||Online event|
The Indigenous Studies Discussion Group (ISDG) presents a panel to evaluate what ‘community-based’ approaches and research have done in the last decades, and where they will take academia.
The panel will cover the pros and cons of this approach, explore how relationships between ‘community’ and ‘researchers’ have changed, and hear from the mouths of stakeholders and researchers involved in communities and research about them. Often community-research is perceived through a utilitarian lens and taken for granted, with important questions of effective practice or even the legitimacy of some practices left unasked and unanswered.
The panel includes 3 speakers, each of which will give a presentation for 15 minutes. The remainder of the panel will be a discussion between the speakers and the audience, including questions.
Ash Layo Masing (Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge)
- Helen Alderson (McDonald Institute of Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge)
- Thressia Octaviani (Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge)
- Jacqueline Paul (Ngā Wai a Te Tūi Māori and Indigenous Research Centre & Unitec Institute of Technology)
The Indigenous Studies Discussion Group is a research network at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).
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This event is part of the Cambridge Festival 2022.