Graduate Workshop | Trans-Indigenous Methodologies

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February 2, 2022
All Day
Location
Virtual

Description
Time: 12-1:30 p.m.
Event Host: Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme
Short Description: In this workshop, Chadwick Allen and students will explore both the exciting possibilities and the multiple challenges — intellectual, practical and ethical — of organizing comparative work that centers Indigenous voices, epistemologies and experiences.


Workshop Leader | Chadwick Allen: Russell F. Stark University Professor and Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement, Department of Information-University of Washington

Moderator | Richard Fletcher: Associate Professor, Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy

What might it mean to organize arts and humanities scholarship across and among multiple Indigenous traditions, rather than endlessly recentering colonial structures and the Indigenous-settler binary? What would a trans-Indigenous research practice look like? In this workshop, Chadwick Allen and students will explore both the exciting possibilities and the multiple challenges — intellectual, practical and ethical — of organizing comparative work that centers Indigenous voices, epistemologies and experiences.

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Accessibility: We strive to provide accessible events for all attendees. If you require accommodations to participate fully in this event, complete the RSVP webform and email globalartsandhumanities@osu.edu.

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