How can research methods be drawn from local ways of producing knowledge? What are the shared elements of Indigenous research methodologies? How has Indigenous studies emerged?
The new book Indigenous Research Methodologies in Sámi and Global Contexts (Brill 2021), edited by Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen (University of Helsinki), Pigga Keskitalo (University of Lapland / Sámi University of Applied Sciences), and Torjer Olsen (UiT–the Arctic University of Norway), answers these questions.
In the event, the editors will unveil the work and the authors will join the conversation about their methodological choices in indigenous research.
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