See below for readings and resources curated by Dr. Bowman specifically to help non-Indigenous academics develop early skills in developing and nurturing positive, respectful relationships with Indigenous communities.
3/31/21 Webinar Readings
Divest from Whiteness (Onyenacho, 2021)
Memorandum for Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies (Vought, 2019)
Public Law 115-435 (2019)
Public Participation Pillars (iap2.org)
The Politics of Evidence-Based Policy Making (Cairney, 2017)
Tribally-Driven Participatory Research: State of the practice and potential strategies for the future (Mariella, Brown, Carter, and Verri, 2009)
10/12/20 (Indigenous Peoples’ Day) Webinar Readings
Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation and Tribal Governments: Understanding the Relationship (Bowman & Dodge-Francis, 2018)
Earth Partnership Indigenous Arts and Sciences: Connecting STEM to Native Science (Bauer-Armstrong & Cloud)
Kūlana Noi’i (University of Hawai’i Research Standards)
Nation to Nation Conceptual Model (Bowman)
Research Regulation (NCAI Policy Research Center)
This project is made possible by funding from the Spencer Foundation
Earth Partnership IAS is also supported by the National Science Foundation and the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies (UW-Madison).