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06-20-22 | Aboriginal Law, Methodology School, Research methodology

Indigenous Research Methodologies

Professor Aimée Craft of the Common Law Section of the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law leads an in-depth discussion of Indigenous research methodologies, exploring what “Indigenous research” really means. She sheds light on specific approaches to research with, for and by Indigenous communities, paying special attention to the ethical questions, community dynamics, relationships and concepts of reciprocity that must be taken into account to create effective research methodologies.

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04-21-22 | Diversity, Human Rights, Public Law, Research methodology

Research project: Racial profiling in traffic stops in Quebec

This research project presented by Malorie Kanaan aims to document the nature of traffic stops and their resulting individual and community consequences for racialized people in Quebec.

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03-14-22 | Methodology School, Research Experience, Research methodology

The role of Critical Race Theory in designing anti-racist and inclusive research

Professor Jamie Liew, Professor Joshua Sealy-Harrington, and Professor Constance Backhouse explore Critical Race Theory approaches and methodologies from multiple perspectives, uncovering the benefits and challenges that can come from developing a community of scholars willing to push back against dominant narratives about race.

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02-25-22 | Methodology School, Research Experience, Research methodology

The 4th Autumn School on the Methodology of Research in Law: Inclusive Research

In the fall of 2021, the Faculty of Law’s Common Law Section hosted the 4th Annual Autumn School on the Methodology of Research in Law.

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