Research in Process Qualitative Discussion Series

February 26, 2013
12:30 pm-2:00 pm

Machmer Hall

Room: W32

UMass Amherst Campus

Handicap access available
Free admission
Contact:
Karen Mason
413-545-5970

ISSR's Research in Process Qualitative Discussion Series presents "Research Collaborations with Native Communities: New Directions in Social Science Ethics" with Sonya Atalay, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Lisa Wexler, Assistant Professor of Public Health. Some of the most innovative experiments in participatory and collaborative research have occurred in Native, First Nations, Maori, and Aboriginal contexts. The panelists will lead a discussion on these innovations drawing on their own experiences working as a tribal research partner with Alaskan Natives on resilience and suicide prevention (Lisa Wexler), and using community based participatory research as an approach in archaeology in the Near East and North America (Atalay).  All are welcome; refreshments will be served.