Anchorage Science Pub The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Science

When: Sun Sep 14, 2014 4pm to 6pm  AKDT
Replaces event originally scheduled for: Sun Sep 14, 2014 4pm

Who: Tap Root Live
Where: http://taprootalaska.com/wp-content/posters/posters/SciencePub_9_14_14.jpg
Event Status: confirmed
Event Description: Anchorage Science Pub

The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Science


The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Science by Larry Mericulieff, renowned Aleut scholar, writer, speaker, leader and founder of the Global Center for Indigenous Leadership and Lifeways. Decision-making based on what is defined as “best available science” guides modern day policy-making (laws, regulations) and academia. How are other ways of knowing accommodated? In fact, what are these “other ways of knowing?” Is science limited, disadvantaged, impaired without them? Learn from the perspective of one who grew up in the middle of the Bering Sea (St. Paul Island), has traveled widely, and been featured in interviews on NPR, Al Jazeera, and BBC.

The Anchorage Science Pub offers regular meetings, open to the public, at which presenters give short, informal talks about scientific topics, followed by a question and answer session. Potential presenters are encouraged to contact us here, as are attendees with ideas for interesting topics for future science pub events.

4p-6p FREE
Anchorage Science Pub
The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Science

The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Science by Larry Mericulieff, renowned Aleut scholar, writer, speaker, leader and founder of the Global Center for Indigenous Leadership and Lifeways. Decision-making based on what is defined as “best available science” guides modern day policy-making (laws, regulations) and academia. How are other ways of knowing accommodated? In fact, what are these “other ways of knowing?” Is science limited, disadvantaged, impaired without them? Learn from the perspective of one who grew up in the middle of the Bering Sea (St. Paul Island), has traveled widely, and been featured in interviews on NPR, Al Jazeera, and BBC.
The Anchorage Science Pub offers regular meetings, open to the public, at which presenters give short, informal talks about scientific topics, followed by a question and answer session. Potential presenters are encouraged to contact us here, as are attendees with ideas for interesting topics for future science pub events.
4p-6p FREE

Sun Sep 14, 2014 4pm to 6pm AKDT



Anchorage Science Pub
The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Science

The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Science by Larry Mericulieff, renowned Aleut scholar, writer, speaker, leader and founder of the Global Center for Indigenous Leadership and Lifeways. Decision-making based on what is defined as “best available science” guides modern day policy-making (laws, regulations) and academia. How are other ways of knowing accommodated? In fact, what are these “other ways of knowing?” Is science limited, disadvantaged, impaired without them? Learn from the perspective of one who grew up in the middle of the Bering Sea (St. Paul Island), has traveled widely, and been featured in interviews on NPR, Al Jazeera, and BBC.
The Anchorage Science Pub offers regular meetings, open to the public, at which presenters give short, informal talks about scientific topics, followed by a question and answer session. Potential presenters are encouraged to contact us here, as are attendees with ideas for interesting topics for future science pub events.
4p-6p FREE
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