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Barriers to and Opportunities for Indigenous Involvement in the Management of Chronic Wasting Disease in Alberta, CanadaDownload
The management of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in Alberta is a complex issue that affects multiple stakeholders, including Indigenous communities who highly value the affected species both nutritionally and culturally. Despite the relevancy of CWD management to the livelihoods of these...
NFRFT awarded 2021: The scope of the project is novel in its combined concern with the well-being of Indigenous peoples and the conservation of biodiversity; it is also unique in its intention to build capacity within Indigenous communities to document and mobilize knowledge about...
Management of cervids for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a challenging multi-stakeholderendeavour. This thesis focuses on the thoughts and perceptions of various experts regardingcervid management in Alberta, and the inclusion of Indigenous peoples and their knowledge.This research sought to...
Since the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action (Canada, 2015), there has been a movement to include Indigenous voices, epistemologies, and ontologies into institutions and systems to support Indigenization. The goal of the research is to gain insight into the...
This study is a remembering and a regeneration of a specific segment of Cree Indigenous knowledge within Cree communities located along the Battle River in Saskatchewan and Alberta. This asks the question: “What is the Indigenous knowledge of the Battle River Cree warrior?” and is based on...
SSHRC Awarded PDG 2018: Globally, most park agencies have little capacity to produce in-house social science or ecological research, or conduct meaningful knowledge exchange with Indigenous and local communities. The goal of this project is to enhance the generation and use of knowledge,...
Investigating Cultures of Food Security: Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Gender in Rural Kongwa, TanzaniaDownload
This thesis examines two cultural components of food security in rural Tanzania, specifically gendered mobilities and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) in the District of Kongwa. Drawing on critical and focused ethnographic principles, intra-household data was collected from 27 households in...
“Mâmawoh kamâtowin: Coming Together To Help Each Other: Honouring Indigenous Nursing Knowledge is the result of coming to know and understand my own Indigenous experience while working with four Indigenous nurse scholars Alice Reid, Evelyn Voyageur, Madeleine Dion Stout, and Lea Bill. Using an...
The Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement in 2006 (Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, 2018), the creation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada in 2008, the Calls to Action document in 2015 (TRC, 2015b), and Alberta Education: Teacher (TQS), Leadership (LQS), and...
Tracking Change is a six year, SSHRC funded, interdisciplinary research project co-led by Indigenous communities and researcher partners across the Mackenzie, Mekong and Amazon basins. The project foregrounds local and Indigenous knowledge about the impacts of climate change and development on...