Apr 22, 2013, 6:30pm
Rooms 9204–9207

Celebrating the Fifteenth Anniversary of Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples

Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Eve Tuck

This lecture will commemorate the fifteenth anniversary of Linda Tuhiwai Smith’s trail-blazing Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples (1999). In its first edition, Decolonizing Methodologies claimed space for indigenous research through critiquing western knowledge creation as a monocultural enterprise and by affirming indigenous knowledge systems in research practice. In its second edition, Smith, the preeminent voice in decolonizing research, considers the current landscape of Indigenous research—its complexities, intersections, and transformative potential—from the position of someone who has been there. Join us as Smith engages critical scholars concerned with indigenous knowledges, decolonizing methodologies, and research for justice with and in indigenous communities, marginalized communities on or at the border, and in prisons. Eve Tuck will serve as the discussant.

This lecture is a part of the online course: Reassessing Inequality & Reimagining the 21st Century: East Harlem Focus at http://inq13.gc.cuny.edu/

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Cosponsored by the Initiative on Inequality, Advanced Research Collaborative; the Public Science Project; the PhD program in Critical Social/Personality Psychology; JustPublics@365, URBAN; the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences; NYCORE; and the University of Arizona.


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