Research-Creation Practices of Indigenous Women
The term research-creation has specific standards of practice in which the creation process is to be situated within the research activity and the products include dissemination across multiple media and visual arts platforms.
An indigenous research paradigm often implies the dissemination and mobilization of the co-created knowledge in formats other than the standard scholarly text. But beyond the final product, Indigenous research also implies creative ways in engaging communities, specific ethical standards and responsibilities, as well as a commitment to supporting social justice and equity.
This third and last panel in the series “Your Are on Unceded Land” will explore the role of Indigenous women in research and creation, and the role of the city as to the ways in which such practices are shaped and deployed in Indigenous communities.