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Paper by Noonuccal woman with ancestral ties to Bidjarra lands, Karen Martin, outlining an indigenist research agenda and approach for research involving Aboriginal Australians. Sets scene by outlining the vast quantity and 'terra nullis' focus of research about Aboriginal people in Australia since 1770 and reflecting upon the inadequacies of 'native title' research as part of the Quandamooka.
Lester Rigney, an Australian Aboriginal researcher and creator of the term 'Indigenist research' writes that in order to ''privilege Indigenous voices in research', those seeking to study his people must keep their goal to 'serve and inform the Indigenous struggle for self-determination'' 13. Through reflexive practice I came to understand that by modifying his paradigm for use by a non.
Lester-Irabinna Rigney has worked in Aboriginal Education for over 20 years whose academic career includes former Dean and Director of Wilto Yerlo and the Director of the Yunggorendi First Nations Centre at Flinders University. He has a Doctorate PhD by Research and is a Professor of Education. He is recognised as a national and international authority in the area of Indigenist Research.
Rigney, Lester. 1999. “Internationalization of an Indigenous anticolonial critique of research methodologies: A guide to Indigenist research methodology and its principles.” Wicazo Sa Review 14:109-121. Simpson, Audra. 2014. Mohawk interruptus: political life across the borders of settler states. Durham and London: Duke University Press.
Lester-Irabinna Rigney Introduction In Newcastle in March 1999, I attended the first forum in Australian history that brought together Indigenous scholars, researchers and post-graduate students to rigorously engage in the critique of academic research and the knowledge production process. The prime objective was to develop Indigenous research methodologies that were inclusive of the.
Guided by the central tenets of Lester-Irabinna Rigney’s (1999) Indigenist paradigm; resistance, political integrity and honoring Indigenous voice, I take up the Ucwalmicw loom and blanket weaving as metaphor and praxis to honor Samahquamicw engagement in this PhD project. To contribute to the significant work already being done to define and transform Aboriginal education into the ever.
Critique of Research Methodologies: A Guide to Indigenist Research Methodology and Its Principle, Lester-Irabinna Rigney, Wicazo Sa Review, Vol. 14, No. 2, Autumn, 1999.