Center of the West Fellow Rani-Henrik Andersson presents Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Protected Spaces of Nature. 

For generations, the worldviews of Indigenous peoples have been pushed aside in discourses of nature preservation and conservation. Despite ongoing problems, during the past decade there have been efforts to develop more inclusive policies and practices through collaboration between Indigenous peoples and non-native administrators. This shift in Indigenous engagement provides scholars a new opportunity to investigate their role within nation-states and conservation.


  • Occurred Thursday, October 10th, 2019 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm


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