Methodology and ethics for research on Sami traditional knowledge. Principles and practice for cross-disciplinary research on indigenous knowledge in coastal communities.
30-31 October 2008 at UVETT, University of Tromsø .
The seminar is organized by Centre for Sami Studies, University of Tromsø, and the Fávllis research network. The seminar is open, PhD students are especially welcomed. Please note that the seminar room only has 30 places. Registered participants are prioritized. A PhD course on related topics will be arranged in April 2009, and this seminar can be seen as a preparation for the PhD-course. The seminar will be organized as a videoconference, and the Canadian speakers will participate by means of videoconference- technology.
Registration pr e-mail to Carina Sandvik, Centre for Sami Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminar, room 1.443 at UVETT.
Opening of seminar
Einar Eythorsson and Svanhild Andersen:
Status for the research network of FÁVLLIS.
Multi-disciplinary fisheries research (biology and social science); experiences from Canada,
Research co-operation and participatory research involving indigenous groups, ethics, copyright etc.
Field methodology and the use of GIS and GPS in research on traditional knowledge in the fisheries. Questions
Anita Maurstad (Tromsø Museum):
Ethical aspects of research on traditional knowledge.
Sigvald Persen (Coastal Sami Resource Centre):
Collection and communication of traditional knowledge.
Liv Østmo (Sami University College):
Árbediehtu: A project for mapping, storing and use of sami traditional knowledge.
1515-1530: Summing up