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Integrating Western Science Into Indigenous Knowledge Processes - Shared screen with speaker view
Turkan Hasanova
29:38
hi, everyone. from Azerbaijan Baku. Turkan Hasanova
swapan paul
32:20
hello from the Eora nation, Australia
Robin O'Malley
32:47
Hello friends, from the Front Range, CO
Turkan Hasanova
33:38
thank you for free webinar
Amy Myrbo
34:42
Hello from the past, current, and future lands of the Dakota people, and the home of people from many Indigenous Nations, living in the urban center called Minneapolis, near sacred sites including bdote. Chi miigwech to James and Steve, and to ESA.
Robin O'Malley
37:13
as monstrous as america
Bob Newman
38:25
Reminder to everyone - TEK section is developing a repository of useful info on our webpage https://www.esa.org/tek/sample-page-2/resources/
Bob Newman
38:45
@Robin - yes
Richard Boudreault
41:15
Hello all, I am Haudenoshaunee living on unceded land in Montreal and I am a Governor with the First Nations University of Canada located in Saskatchewan.
Bob Newman
42:05
@Richard - thank you very much for joining us today
Richard Boudreault
45:09
Steve is doing a great job!
Sophie Gilbert
45:36
Hello from Niimiipu (Nez Perce) land, Moscow, Idaho. Many thanks to the panelists, and to ESA TEK section for this!
Bob Newman
46:11
We will monitor chat for questions, but feel free to use the Q&A function for questions
John Vaughan
47:02
Hello from Poulsbo in Western Washington! I look forward to understanding more about TEK and how that can inform our teaching of ecological topics at Olympic College, as well as being more inclusive in undergraduate research projects.
Richard Boudreault
58:54
The relationship with ecology is different in TK, as all living are beings with a soul, part of the collective, even plants and trees….
David Hecht
01:01:35
Hello from Northern California. I’m a graduate student interested in strengthening my understanding of TEK, and how I might approach ecol projects with a wider perspective. Thank you for this presentation
Bob Newman
01:02:45
You might find some of these useful - https://www.esa.org/tek/sample-page-2/resources/
David Hecht
01:04:25
Thank you
Melissa Nelson
01:04:36
@Richard, such an important point. Indigenous peoples have a personal and cosmological relationship to our ecology and the spirit world. What Greg Cajete calls sacred ecology. Very different from materialist science approach.
Jen Syrowitz
01:04:37
Sacred Ecology by Fikret Berkes
Joseph Gazing Wolf
01:05:26
@David- Welcome! The best way to do that is stay in touch with the ESA TEK section and stay in dialogue with the elders and scholars we invite, as well as the Indigenous communities in Northern California.
Joseph Gazing Wolf
01:08:10
Everyone is welcome to follow us on twitter- @esa_tek
Sophie Gilbert
01:13:47
Followed on twitter, thanks for the tip!
David Hecht
01:14:18
Thank you @Joseph Gazing Wolf and all. Very much want this dialogue
Sophie Gilbert
01:16:28
Thanks so much, Steve!!!
Melissa Nelson
01:16:41
Chi-Miigwech, bravo!
Ellen Simmons
01:16:45
Wonderful presentation Steve! Thank you for that thorough talk.
Bob Newman
01:16:49
Great talk!
Flora Krivam-Tetley
01:16:54
Wonderful talk, thanks so much!!
Richard Boudreault
01:17:26
Kwe Kwe!
Emily Klein
01:17:28
Thank you so much for sharing slides - a rich resource, and a great talk!
Louise Archer
01:19:38
Wonderful and hugely informative talk - thank you so much.
Travis Robbins
01:21:20
I learned a lot. Wado.
swapan paul
01:21:59
thanks for the good talk.
Megan O'Connell
01:22:03
Thank you so much for taking the time to share this invaluable information with us!
Sophie Gilbert
01:23:46
Wow so neat!
Jen Syrowitz
01:24:36
I can't see the resource! Can you please share in the chat? :)
Jill Thompson
01:25:04
Thank you very important topic for us all.
David Blockstein
01:25:49
ESA members are encouraged to join the TEK section!
Joseph Gazing Wolf
01:27:37
https://firelight.ca/
Jen Syrowitz
01:27:45
Miigwech!
Richard Wallace
01:27:45
Thank you Steve and James and Joseph and everyone in TEK Section! Another fantastic and enlightening webinar!
Philip Wilson
01:27:57
Thank you very much Steve!
Julia Ko
01:28:00
Thank you!
Sophie Gilbert
01:28:04
Miigwech!!!
Porche Spence
01:28:11
Thank you! I enjoyed your presentation!
Juniper Kiss
01:28:14
Many thanks for the fantastic talk and great discussion!
Emily Sellinger
01:29:10
Thank you!
Rachel Lindvall
01:29:11
Thank you all! I'm seeing many ways to involve my undergraduate students in the Fall workshop
Alexandra Thomsen
01:29:21
Thank you!