via Engaged Scholarship in the Asia-Pacific: Readers may be interested in this webinar happening in a few hours (11 am Manila Time), the first on a series of seminars about Indigenous Peoples and Community Heritage. Check out the full detail of talks here.
This panel will frame the direction of the webinar series. Moderated by Miriam Stark (UHM Anthropology), panel members discuss the main themes of the webinar series, with particular emphasis on a bottom-up approach to research. The panel highlights the role of community involvement in translational research and social/environmental justice movements. The panel emphasizes that the participation of stakeholder communities in research is the first step in redressing the marginalization of Indigenous communities. Danilyn Rutherford, President of the Wenner-Gren Foundation, will also provide a brief introduction to the new Engaged Research Grant Program of the Wenner-Gren Foundation.
Panelists: Kahlil Apuzen-Ito (FARMCOOP, Mindanao Philippines); Da-wie Kuan (National Cheng-chi University, Taiwan); Marlon Martin (Save the Ifugao Terraces Movement, Ifugao, Philippines); Stephen Acabado (UCLA Anthropology); Kelli Swazey (Fulbright East Asia and Pacific Division)
Moderator: Miriam Stark (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)