Session 4: Questions and Synthesis Session
Sherri Mitchell, Indigenous Rights Attorney and Founding Director of The Land Peace Foundation
Darren Ranco, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Chair of Native American Programs and Research, University of Maine
The session recording is available below and on the GCSE YouTube Channel.
Books & Essays authored and edited by Sherri Mitchell
- Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Sprit-Based Change by Sherri Mitchell
- Indigenous Prophecy and Mother Earth, Essay by Sherri Mitchell in the anthology All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine Wilkenson
Publications by Dr. Darren Ranco
- B McGreavy, D Ranco, T Quiring, J Paul, A Reed et al (2021). Science in Indigenous Territory: Addressing Power and Justice in Sustainability Science from/with/in the Penobscot River
- DD Hart, KP Bell, LA Lindenfeld, S Jain, TR Johnson, DJ Ranco, and B McGill (2015). Strengthening the role of universities in addressing sustainability challenges: the Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions as an institutional experiment. Ecology and Society, Vol. 20, No. 2.
- EC Ellis, N Gauthierb, KK Goldewijkd, RB Bird, N Boiving, S Díazi, D Fuller, D Ranco, et al. People have shaped most of terrestrial nature for at least 12,000 years. PNAS April 27, 2021 118 (17); https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2023483118
- Darren J. Ranco (2008) The Trust Responsibility and Limited Sovereignty: What can Environmental Justice Groups Learn from Indian Nations?, Society & Natural Resources, 21:4, 354-362.
- T Carr, LS Kenefic, DJ Ranco. (2017) Wabanaki Youth in Science (WaYS): A tribal mentoring and educational program integrating traditional ecological knowledge and western science. Journal of Forestry, Volume 115, Issue 5, September 2017, Pages 480–483.
- K Leonard, JD Aldern, A Christianson, DJ Ranco, C Thornbrugh, PA Loring, et al (2020). Indigenous Conservation Practices Are Not a Monolith: Western cultural biases and a lack of engagement with Indigenous experts undermine studies of land stewardship. EcoEvoRxiv
- Dr. Darren Ranco titles & links on Google Scholar