Envisioning Research and Reconciliation based on Reciprocity

Updated: Oct 14, 2021

My new article, published in English and French this week, asks how we can envision research and reconciliation that is based on reciprocity. The reflections in this article are based on my emersion (i.e. emergence and immersion) in what is arguably Canada’s oldest continuous Indigenous-European “Middle Ground."

Here is the full citation:

Chabot, Cecil. 2021. “Envisioning Research and Reconciliation based on Reciprocity: Reflections on Emersion in Canada’s oldest continuous Indigenous-European “Middle Ground.” Toolbox of research principles in an aboriginal context: ethics, respect, fairness, reciprocity, collaboration and culture. First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Université du Québec en Outaouais and DIALOG Network. Pp. 327-350. English : https://files.cssspnql.com/index.php/s/8aBAkl1pjHeOWd0 (from page 327).

Français : https://files.cssspnql.com/index.php/s/fGuCd9fh79f4rsN (à partir de la page 337).

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