Colonization, decolonization and Indigenous methodologies A Sami perspective on post-colonial research in a Swedish setting
Welcome to an open lecture with guestspeaker Anna-Lill Drugge, hosted by he Advanced Study Group (ASG) ’Moves towards an anticolonial academy: exploring post and decolonial epistemic options’, Pufendorf IAS.
Anna-Lill Drugge is historian affiliated to Vaartoe, the Centre for Sami Research at Umeå university. Her research focus has been directed towards gender and representation in Sápmi, and her dissertation To represent or be represented. Sami women in Swedish and Sami press 1966-2006 was published in 2012.
Her work has also included research within the area of Indigenous research ethics, Indigenous methodologies and decolonization and her publications include Ethics in Indigenous Research – Past Experiences, Future Challenges (2016) and “How can we do things right? Ethical uncertainty in Swedish Sami research” (2016). She is currently the CEO of Drugge utbildning AB, her educational company that focuses on implementing Sami research and knowledge in the surrounding Sami and mainstream society).