Our first conference this October was fantastic! Free videos of the presentations are available. See the 2013 Conference Report page for more information.
The American Indigenous Research Association’s mission is to educate researchers and the public about the importance of Indigenous Research Methodologies and to promote incorporation of these methodologies into all research that engages Indigenous peoples and communities. Membership in the Association is free and available to professionals, students, and community members alike. Visit this page to join us.
This fall of 2013 we held our inaugural conference at Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, Montana. We’re already planning for the 2014 conference, so check our page frequently to see what great speakers we’re lining up!
Citations for the text in the first paragraph of this page: Margaret Kovach, 2010. Indigenous Methodologies: Characteristics, Conversations, and Context; Linda Tuhiawi Smith, 1999. Decolonizing Methodologies; Shawn Wilson, 2008. Research is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods.