Unsettling knowledges: Decolonising Methodologies: How are people decolonising research practices?

Date: 7 Dec 2020
Time: 12:00pm

Event Type: Webinar


About This Webinar

If you are interested in finding out about what are decolonial research methodologies and why are they important in today’s word, this roundtable conversation is for you. Three panel members, Ian Calliou, Cristina Sala and Pallawi Sinha will share with us their experiences developing decolonial research in different geographical contexts.

  • Ian will share some of his journey as an indigenous researcher carrying out his PhD research in Canada on Indigenous reconciliation policies.
  • Cristina will discuss some of her insights of using participatory methodology in conflict transformation with local communities in Latin America, and
  • Pallawi will share her experiences from working with Indigenous peoples and children in India.

The panel will be chaired by Teresa Armijos and Iokiñe Rodriguez from the University of East Anglia. The session will be in a panel format. We will not have presentations but instead we will follow a conversation and commentary format.

Come and join us in in this conversation where we will have open discussion about the opportunities and challenges of decolonising research methodologies.

More information here.