A collaborative research project between academic and community researchers, designing curriculum for a permanent on-the-land learning camp for Teetl'it Gwich'in youth, elders, and everyone in between.
Interdisciplinary and intersectional research cluster exploring the ecological and cultural sustainability of mountain places and peoples.
An interdisciplinary and community-engaged research project aiming to develop a living digital archive documenting the scientific story of Dene peoples and the traditional and historical knowledge of the Dene.
KIAS Rapid Research Responses support timely research, enabling critical dialogue and engagement with current events.
A live-streamed conference that brings together scholars from around the globe to talk about digital culture without the environmental cost of traditional conferences.