Any Indigenous geographers (or individuals who are doing work on Indigenous related issues, with the consent of the organizer) who have an abstract that has not been accepted to a session already are welcome to submit their abstracts and PIN to the session organizer and IPSG Chair, Deondre Smiles, at email@example.com.
This session serves to showcase the diverse work and perspectives that Indigenous geographers are covering in their work. Although this session is intentionally broad methodologically and topically, we also seek to show that Indigenous peoples and their work are vitally important to the present and future of the discipline of Geography.
|Presenter||Natasha Myhal*, University of Colorado Boulder, Indigenous Ethnobotany: The Relationship Between Threatened Species, Relative, and Resource for the Odawa||15||1:30 PM|
|Presenter||Paulette Blanchard*, University of Kansas, Centering Native Voices within Earth Sciences: An Inquiry into Opportunities and Challenges Experienced by Native Students, Early-Career Scholars and Scientists||15||1:45 PM|
|Presenter||Veronica Limeberry*, American University, Fast Violence, Slow Resistance: Territoriality, Land Rights, and Collective Identity for Agrobiodiversity Governance in the Americas||15||2:00 PM|
|Presenter||Rafael Moreno-Sanchez*, Univeristy of Colorado Denver, Timberley Roane, Universty of Colorado Denver , David Mays, University of Colorado Denver, Brenda J. Allen, Professor Emeritus University of Colorado Denver, Gracie Tyon, University of Colorado Denver, Lessons learned in the design and operation of the Certificate in Environmental Stewardship of Indigenous Lands||15||2:15 PM|
|Discussant||Kate Schlott CUNY - Graduate Center||15||2:30 PM|
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