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Research Week: Indigenous Methodologies from a Mapuche Perspective

From: Sandra Lawrence

Valid from: Wednesday 10 July 2024 to Thursday 18 July 2024

Indigenous Methodologies from a Marpuche Perspective: ontology of reciprocity and practice connection with nature

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Date: Thursday 18 July
Time: 11:30am – 1pm
Venue: Parramatta South Campus (PS-EA.2.13)
Register: https://events.humanitix.com/indigenous-methodologies-from-a-mapuche-perspective

Elisa Loncón Antileo was born in the Mapuche community of Lefweluan, in the Wallmapu, Southern Chile. She is a linguist and an Indigenous rights and languages activist. She holds a PhD in humanities from the University of Leiden and a second PhD in literature from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. She is a Professor in Intercultural Education, Department of Education, Universidad de Santiago de Chile (USACH), where she undertakes research on Indigenous methodologies and philosophies and the teaching of Mapuzugun.

Professor Elisa Loncón will discuss Indigenous methodologies from a Mapuche perspective, the talk will be titled “Ontology of Reciprocity and Practice of Connection with Nature”.