SciQ: A new approach to ethical research in the North
Inuit see the value of Western science when it is done in collaboration with communities. How can we shift current practices to a more respectful model?
FEB 15, 2023
BY DANI NOWOSAD
WITH CONTRIBUTIONS BY MIA BEATTIE
Brazilian Indigenous anthropologists turn the tables from ‘objects of study’ to active voices
by Max Baring on 20 February 2023
Nelly and Fran are examples of an emerging generation of Brazilian Indigenous anthropologists who are turning the tables on the traditional relationship between anthropologists and the peoples they study. Both are PhD candidates and visited the UK in September 2022, along with Glicéria Tupinambá, an Indigenous activist and artist.