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How to Share and Grow Indigenous Knowledge

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Transcript of How to Share and Grow Indigenous Knowledge

Sakihiwaywin
Love in Action
Sakihiwaywin
Pastahowin
Otchinawin
Sacred law
Indigenous
Knowledge
worldview filter
How to Share and Grow Indigenous Knowledge
Natural Consequences
Consequences?
Love in Action
Shawn Wilson
Understanding
Context
based
Land
Place
Time
Space
Community
Encircled
Shared
Personal
Embodied?
Natural law
Emerges
in / from / thru
Contextual Interactions
Relationships
Nature of
knowledge
It's about the land,
it has always
been about the land
Land has
Agency
The Land shapes us
we shape the land
NOT
"owned"
"In a
Relationship"
Knowledge
has Agency
(That's Land's
Facebook status)
How do we treat the Land?
'Gifts'
itself
Chooses to make itself known
Ancestry Based
All Knowledge has history
Progressive
Reveals itself in stages
Protects itself?
Gaining Knowledge
research methodology
Sharing
Growing
Sharing Knowledge
pedagogy
Congruent with nature of the knowledge?
'worth' of different types of knowledge
Kinetic
Embodied Knowledge
learn / know by doing
riding a bike
setting a trap
Cognitive
objective?
Reading and writing
theory
Does such a thing exist?
Visual arts
Emotive
Music
Product or Performance
for the artist or the audience?
Storytelling
stories are our theories
Relationship between
storyteller and listener
What is the moral of the story?
Indigenous Axiology
How do we live a good life?
Practicing Love in Action
following Natural law
Pastahowin
Sharing
Caring
Compassion
Truth
living Sacred law
Otchinowin
by Lisa Roberts
livingdata.net.au
Lisa Roberts
livingdata.net.au
Alaska Native Studies Conference 2016
shawn.wilson@scu.edu.au
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