New Paper – Nunami iliharniq (Learning from the land)

We are excited to finally be able to share this paper from our work on caribou and community well-being in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut!

Learning from the land (Nunami iliharniq): Reflecting on relational accountability in land-based learning and cross-cultural research in Uqšuqtuuq (Gjoa Haven, Nunavut) (article in Arctic Science, online)

“In this paper, we reflect on the complexities of upholding relational accountability in cross-cultural research — as part of entering into a Qaggiq Dialogue — with particular emphasis on local leadership, ethics and safety, experiential learning, and continuity. Our intention is to help others evaluate the opportunities and limitations of land camps for their own community context and research questions.”

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