This webinar is part of Leger’s Conversations with Leger’s Academic Committee webinar series. These webinars explore the post-pandemic world from the perspectives of Leger’s Academic Committee members.
Each webinar includes a 30-minute discussion or presentation featuring a member of Leger’s Academic Committee, followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer session.
On April 13, 2022, at noon Eastern Time, we hosted a webinar featuring DR. DANIEL VOTH (ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, POLITICAL SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY; DIRECTOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS STUDIES PROGRAM)
In this webinar, Dr. Daniel Voth shared information about:
- key terms for talking about and working with Indigenous nations
- a brief overview of the way research with Indigenous peoples has changed in academic contexts in the last 20 years (and why it needed to change)
- some of the challenges faced by research teams working with clients related to getting Indigenous data
- possible avenues to creatively reorient data products based on building relationships with Indigenous communities