Indigenous Peoples have scientific narratives and traditions that span thousands of years rooted within concepts of relationship. The microbial microcosm itself is a lens of relationship that situates us as humans within our own communities and in the biome of the planet. How these relationships intersect and how we view them as an evolution of knowledge in theory and practice impacts how we view equity and its applications in the scientific process. This seminar will seek to bridge Indigenous knowledge traditions and scientific discourse with the intent of situating microbes and social equity within a larger relationship within research and practice.
University of Maine Institute of Medicine and The Ishaq Lab, University of Maine, "An Indigenous Micro - to Meta-Narrative: Microbes and Social Equity with Dr. Nicole Redvers" (2021). General University of Maine Publications. 1030.
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