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OSN Seminars
The One Society Network (OSN) is offering introductory seminars that give an overview of the dynamic connections between pandemics, like COVID-19, and diverse aspects of society.

June 16, 2022: Indigenous-Engaged Research and Scholarship: Lessons Learned and Methodological Approaches.

Presenter: Laurel Wheeler, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Alberta.

Abstract: COVID-19 has affected population groups heterogeneously, with marginalized populations bearing a larger share of the health and economic burden. To quantify the burden in a comprehensive way, it is necessary to elevate the voices of people belonging to these marginalized groups. This seminar provides suggestions about how to do that in the context of Indigenous communities. I will begin by sharing stories about my research beginnings and challenges, and about the lessons I have learned along the way. I will conclude by proposing methodological approaches for conducting Indigenous-engaged research.

Note: This seminar will not be recorded.

View past seminar recordings and presentations here: onesocietynetwork.ca/past-events.
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