Decolonising Ecologies: Yindyamarra Winhanganha, Indigenous Data Sovereignty, and Indigenist Standpoint Pedagogy

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Abstract

This presentation highlights processes of silencing, the art of colonisation, and what exists beneath the dominant narratives of nationhood and identity formation. Through a hybrid and situated methodology, which addresses my own positionality and privilege, this ethnographic history prioritises once silenced and erased voices. This presentation will highlight the significance and relevance of Indigenist Standpoint Pedagogy and Indigenous data sovereignty in ‘natural’ and social science research and practice.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 08 Sep 2021
EventSocial Sciences Week 2021 - Online
Duration: 06 Sep 202112 Sep 2021
https://socialsciences.org.au/socialsciencesweek/
https://council.science/events/social-sciences-week-australia/

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OtherSocial Sciences Week 2021
Period06/09/2112/09/21
OtherFrom 6-12 September, Australia’s top social researchers and commentators and writers will be joined by well-known names like Noam Chomsky, Chanel Contos and Yumi Stynes in over 66 free online events as part of the fourth annual Social Sciences Week.

Events at #SSW2021 (livestreamed and open to all) will cover the vast range of topics researched by social scientists. This year’s talks and panels explore everything from conspiracies through to the politics of bad behaviour. There’s also a free lockdown trivia to use at any time with friends or colleagues.
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