International Workshop on Indigenous Knowledge

Indigenous knowledge 3Organized by the Department of Human Geography,
Division of Human Ecology, and LUCID
In collaboration with National Taiwan Normal University

October 6, 2015 at Geocenter I, Sölvegatan 10, Sky High (5th floor)

Please contact Eric Clark if you plan to attend, morning, afternoon or both.

Program
9:00 Welcome Eric Clark
9:15 Huei-Min Tsai, Tibusungu Vayayana and Su-Min Shen
Native science and indigenous community development: Bridging traditional and modern sciences for younger generations of three tribal societies – Cou, Tayal, and Tau
9:30 Tibusungu Vayayana
Decolonization through indigenizing geographical education: A case from Taiwan indigenous Cou people
10:00 coffee/tea break
10:30 Kuo-Yung Song
Gaga and environmental ethics: The environmental perceptions from the indigenous Tayal People
11:00 Anna Kaijser
Whose knowledge is indigenous? Meaning-making and struggles over legitimacy in Bolivian environmental politics
11:30 Discussion
12:00 lunch break
13:15 Kristín Rut Kristjánsdóttir
Tourism as a part of a community socio-ecological system in North Sweden: How does indigenous culture fit in?
13:45 Syaman Rapongan
Drifting dreams on the ocean: In search of decolonized ontology of the ocean from the perspective of the indigenous Tau people
14:15 Anders Burman
Indigenous knowledges, ontological disobedience, and the coloniality of reality: Notes from the Bolivian Andes
Discussion
15:00 coffee/tea break
15:30 Optional walking tour of Lund



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