Converging or Contradictory Ways of Knowing: The Scientific Nature of Traditional Knowledge

An Indigenous/Science UBC Research Cluster event:

Converging or Contradictory Ways of Knowing: The Scientific Nature of Traditional Knowledge

As social and archaeological anthropologists, George, Julie and Karen work at the intersections of different ways of knowing. Western and Indigenous approaches to interpreting, communicating and valuing knowledge share much in common, including a scientific aspect, but they also contain meaningful differences.

Featuring:

Julie Cruikshank, Professor Emerita, UBC
George Nicholas, Professor, SFU
Karen Rose Thomas, Masters student, UBC

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