Humility, Hubris, and Heritage: Tales from the Frontlines of Community-Based Research

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk


Summarizing important lessons learned over 25 years of working with and for Indigenous and place-based communities, I look to expand upon a growing body of "how to do" community-based research by examining the role that humility plays in establishing and sustaining meaningful relationships. I argue that a research practice grounded in humility provides opportunities to encounter, recognize, and learn from the heterogeneity of real-life 'communities', processes which in turn lead to relationships that enrich both the research process and its outcomes.
Period17 Nov 2022
Held atCambridge Heritage Research Centre, United Kingdom