In February 2020 the MethodSpace focus was on indigenous research. We offered a webinar featuring Bagele Chilisa and Deborah McGregor, interviews with an Indigenous doctoral student and her supervisor, and shared numerous other resources. In March 2021 we are focusing on Research Ethics, and in a webinar on this topic questions arose about studying in Indigenous communities. These posts might be relevant!
Webinar on Indigenous and Intercultural Research: Issues, Ethics, and Methods
Find the webinar recording and related resources in this post.
- Q & A with Dr. Bagele Chilisa
- Q & A with Dr. Bagele Chilisa, Part 2
- Interview with Dr. Bagale Chilisa, Part 3
- Meet Dr. Deborah McGregor and Transforming Indigenous / Non-Indigenous Research Partnerships: A Comic for Researchers
- A Comic With a Message A cross-cultural group of researchers is developing a set of resources “to support Indigenous and non-indigenous researchers planning research collaborations to think about their methods, assumptions and behaviours.”
Epistemological Questions in Indigenous Research
Read this collection of open access articles to explore epistemological questions in Indigenous research.
Visual & Narrative Methods in Indigenous Research
Read a collection of open access articles to explore the use of qualitative narrative and visual methods in Indigenous research.
Art and Indigenous Research
A curated collection of open access articles.
How Indigenous Doctoral Students Succeed
Learn from the experiences of a doctoral supervisor, Dr. Lynn Wilson, working online with an Indigenous student, Casuallen Atuatasi.
In Your Library
An Indigenous Research Narrative: Ethics and Protocols Over Time and Space
Read about Indigenous research in British Columbia and Peru about “regenerating traditional ecological knowledges.” Note: you will need to find these articles in your library, they are not open access.
Beyond Community Engagement: Centering Research through Indigenous Epistemologies and Peoplehood
This series of articles features the SAGE journal AlterNative. Note: you will need to find these articles in your library, they are not open access.
More from SAGE!
Study Indigenous methods with books and journals about indigenous research methods.
Relevant MethodSpace Posts
- Digital Inequalities and the Online Researcher
- Learning More about Photovoice: A Brief Annotated Bibliography
- Learning about Online Interviews from Cases
- A Unique Lens of Research Ethics
- Watch the MethodSpace Live Webinar: Doing Research Online
- Netnography Explained
- Gather Your Data Online: New SAGE Campus Course
- Participant Observation