Session 2: Knowledge Systems and Relationships
Guest Presenter Kyle Whyte, Professor of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan
The session recording is available below and on the GCSE YouTube Channel.
Relationships & Science
- Whyte, K. (2018). What Do Indigenous Knowledges Do for Indigenous Peoples? In M. Nelson & D. Shilling (Eds.), Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Learning from Indigenous Practices for Environmental Sustainability (New Directions in Sustainability and Society, pp. 57-82). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781108552998.005 (TEK & Western science overview with focus on sustainability & climate change. Includes a robust Works Cited section for further reading)
- Whyte K. 2020. Sciences of Consent: Indigenous Knowledge, Governance Value, and Responsibility. Routledge Handbook of Feminist Philosophy of Science. Edited by K. Intemann and S. Crasnow, 117-130. Routledge.
- Emery, M. R., Wrobel, A., Hansen, M. H., Dockry, M., Moser, W. K., Stark, K. J., & Gilbert, J. H. (2014). Using traditional ecological knowledge as a basis for targeted forest inventories: Paper birch (Betula papyrifera) in the US Great Lakes region. Journal of Forestry: 112(2).
- Dockry, M. J., Hall, K., Van Lopik, W., & Caldwell, C. M. (2016). Sustainable development education, practice, and research: an indigenous model of sustainable development at the College of Menominee Nation, Keshena, WI, USA. Sustainability Science, 11(1).
- Arquette, M., et al. (2002). “Holistic Risk-Based Environmental Decision-making: A Native Perspective.” Environmental Health Perspectives 110(2).
- Trosper, R. L. (2003. “Resilience in pre-contact Pacific Northwest social ecological systems.” Conservation Ecology 7(3).
- Donatuto, J., Campbell, L., & Trousdale, W. (2020). The “value” of value-driven data in identifying Indigenous health and climate change priorities. Climatic Change 158(2).
- Donatuto, J., Campbell, LeCompte, J. K., Rohlman, D., & Tadlock, S. (2020). The Story of 13 Moons: Developing an Environmental Health and Sustainability Curriculum Founded on Indigenous First Foods and Technologies. Sustainability 12(21).
- McNeeley, S. M. & Shulski, M.D. (2011). “Anatomy of a closing window: Vulnerability to changing seasonality in Interior Alaska.” Global Environmental Change 21(2)
- Weatherhead, E., Gearheard, S., & Barry, R. G. (2010. Changes in weather persistence: Insight from Inuit knowledge. Global Environmental Change 20(3).
- Quaempts, E. J., Jones, K. L., O’Daniel, S. J., Beechie, T. J., & Poole, G. C. (2018). ‘Polishing the Kaswentha’: a Haudenosaunee view of environmental cooperation. Environmental Science & Policy 4(4-5), 219-228
- Dr. Kyle Whyte titles & links on Google Scholar