The following articles and links have been provided by speakers as background to the information and examples that will be presented during the conference. A comprehensive bibliography is planned as one of a number of outcomes from the conference. If you wish to contribute references or resources to the bibliography, please email us at email@example.com.
Keynote presentation: Indigenous concepts and values informing contemporary research ethics in Canada
Brant Castellano, M. and J. Reading. 2010. Policy writing as dialogue, drafting an Aboriginal chapter for Canada’s Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical conduct for research involving humans. The International Indigenous Policy Journal 1(2).
Session 1: Implementing TCPS2 in collaborative Indigenous research – Policy, funder, institution and project perspectives
Nicholas, G. P. 2014. Reconciling inequalities in archaeological practice and heritage research. In: S. Atalay, L. Clauss, R. McGuire, and J. Welch (eds.) Transforming Archaeology: Activist Practices and Prospects, pp. 133-158. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA.
Session 2: Actualizing Indigenous values and methodologies in ethics policy-making and practice
Hains, S. 2014. Indigenous Peace – Implications in Research and Ethics
Kovach, M., J. Carriere, H. Montgomery, M. J. Barrett, and C. Gilles. 2015. The Indigenous Presence: Experiencing and Envisioning Indigenous Knowledges within Selected Post-Secondary Sites of Education and Social Work.
Kovach, M. 2014. Thinking through theory: Contemplating Indigenous situated research and policy. In: N. Denzin and M. Giardina (eds.) Qualitative Inquiry Outside the Academy, pp.92-106. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press.
Kovach, M., J., Carriere, M. J., Barrett, H. Montgomery, and, C. Gilles. 2014. Stories of diverse identity locations in Indigenous research. International Review of Qualitative Research 6(4): 487-509.
Michell, H., Y., Vizina, C. Augustus, and J., Sawyer. 2008. Learning Indigenous science from place. Research Study Examining Indigenous-Based Science Perspectives in Saskatchewan First Nations and Métis Community Contexts.
Welch, J.R., M. Altaha, D. Gatewood, K. Hoerig, and R. Riley. 2006. Archaeology, Stewardship, and Sovereignty. The SAA Archaeological Record 6(4):17–20, 57.
Welch, J.R. and N. Ferris. 2014. ‘We have Met the Enemy and It is Us’: Improving Archaeology through Application of Sustainable Design Principles. In S. Atalay, L. Rains Clauss, R. H. McGuire, and J. R. Welch (eds.) Transforming Archaeology: Activist Practices and Prospects, pp. 91–113, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, Ca.
Welch, J.R. and I. Lilley. 2013. Beyond the Equator (Principles): Community Benefit Sharing in Relation to Major Land Alteration Projects and Associated Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage. Report on a Forum at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, 5 April 2013, Honolulu, Hawai‘i. International Journal of Cultural Property 20(4): 467–493.
Tla’amin First Nation – Simon Fraser University Archaeology and Heritage Stewardship Program. Website and electronic documents can be accessed here.
Session 3: Overcoming challenges to collaboration – Innovative agreements and partnership arrangements
Bell, C. and V. Napoleon. 2008. Introduction, methodology, and thematic overview. In: C. Bell and V. Napoleon (eds.) First Nations Cultural Heritage and Law: Case Studies, Voices, and Perspectives, pp. 1-30. UBC Press, Vancouver, BC. (Posted online with permission of the Publisher from First Nations Cultural Heritage and Law edited by Catherine Bell and Val Napoleon © University of British Columbia Press 2008. All rights reserved by the Publisher.)
Thom, B. 2006. Respecting and protecting Aboriginal intangible property: Copyright and contracts in research relationships with Aboriginal communities. Department of Canadian Heritage, Copyright Policy Branch, Ottawa, PCH contract no. 45172644.
A) A Coast Salish Lanugage Revitalization CURA Project
Czaykowska-Higgins, E. 2009. Research models, community engagement, and linguistic fieldwork: Reflections on working within Canadian Indigenous communities. Language, Documentation, and Conservation 3(1): 15-50.
B) A CIHR research project on Iiyiyiu anti-diabetes medicines
Cuerrier, A., A. Downing, E. Downing, E. Patterson, and P. Haddad. 2012. Aboriginal antidiabetic plant project with the James Bay Cree of Québec: An insightful collaboration. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy 6(3): 251-270.
Session 4: Continuing education and innovation in research ethics theory and practice
Hains, S. 2014. Indigenous Insights in Learning.
Linden, P. 2015. Embodied peacemaking: Four quick and easy exercises.
Linden, P. Practice, Practice, Practice.
International Society of Ethnobiology (2006). International Society of Ethnobiology Code of Ethics (with 2008 additions).
Welch, J.R. 2014. Cultural Heritage: What is it? Why is it important? Fact Sheet Presented by the Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage Project (IPinCH).
Welch, J.R. (editor) 2014. Community-Based Cultural Heritage Research. Wiki for the IPinCH project’s Community-Based Cultural Heritage Research (CBCHR) Working Group.