Indigenous Data Sovereignty

Publications about Indigenous Data Sovereignty.

Hamilton-Pearce, J. (2022). [Contributor to the Local Contexts Collaborations Interview with MHz Foundation: TK and BC Notices]. In Zoom online. Retrieved from

Hamilton-Pearce, J. (2022). Local Contexts Interview with Kirstin Gotway at the Indianapolis Museum of Arts Newfield. In Online on Zoom. Retrieved from

Stathis, K., Hamilton-Pearce, J., Garcia, F., Roe, C., & Rojas, A. (2022). Grounding Indigenous Rights in DataCite metadata. 

Carroll, S. R., Garba, I., Plevel, R., Small-Rodriguez, D., Hiratsuka, V. Y., Hudson, M., & Garrison, N. A. (2022). Using Indigenous standards to implement the CARE Principles: Setting expectations through Tribal Research Codes. Frontiers in Genetics, 13. 

Carroll, S. R., Plevel, R., Jennings, L. L., Garba, I., Sterling, R., Cordova-Marks, F. M., . . . Garrison, N. A. (2022). Extending the CARE Principles from tribal research policies to benefit sharing in genomic research. Frontiers in Genetics, 13. 

Cartney, A. M. M., Anderson, J., Liggins, L., Hudson, M. L., Anderson, M. Z., TeAika, B., . . . Phillippy, A. M. (2022). Balancing openness with Indigenous data sovereignty: An opportunity to leave no one behind in the journey to sequence all of life. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 119(4). 

Cribb, M., Mika, J., & Leberman, S. (2022). Te Pā Auroa nā Te Awa Tupua: the new (but old) consciousness needed to implement Indigenous frameworks in non-Indigenous organisations. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 18(4), 117718012211233. 

Golan, J., Riddle, K., Hudson, M., Anderson, J., Kusabs, N., & Coltman, T. (2022). Benefit sharing: Why inclusive provenance metadata matter. Frontiers in Genetics. 

Hudson, M., Carroll, S. R., Anderson, J., Blackwater, D., Cordova-Marks, F. M., Cummins, J., . . . Rowe, R. K. (2023). Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Data: a contribution toward Indigenous Research Sovereignty. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics, 8, 1-8. 

Brooks, R., Hudson, M., Sterling, R., Riddle, K., (2021, May). Understanding Māori Rights and Interests in Intellectual Property arising from Research and Innovation. Te Kotahi Research Institute, University of Waikato: Hamilton.

Other References:

Jones, N., Blake, M., Kukutai, T., Sterling, R., & Hartshorn, R. (2023). The state of data in research in Aoteaora. In eResearch Conference (Hamilton & Online). Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Hudson, M., & Liggins, L. (2023). What Māori metadata can and should be retained alongside data? [Keynote]. In eResearch Conference (Hamilton & Online). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Hudson, M. (2023). Indigenous rights, open data, & conservation genomics (Invited speaker). In SMBEEverywhere Symposium GS8 - Genomics in a Changing World: Conservation, Invasive Species, and Climate Change.

Hudson, M. (2023). Role of cultural beliefs. In Third International Summit on Human Genome Editing. Conference held at Francis Crick Institute, London, United Kingdom.

Hudson, M. (2023). Te Mata Ira & Te Nohonga Kaitiaki - Cultural Foundations. In SING Aotearoa 2023 - Summer Internship for INdigenous peoples in Genomics. Conference held at Te Whare Wānanga õ Waikato, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Hudson, M. (2023). Using BC Labels to recognise Indigenous interests in Digital Sequence Information. In 2023 Annual Symposium on Indigeneous Data Sovereignty (IDSov). Hosted by NYU’s Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law.

Francis Sr, J., Garcia, F., Roe, C., Hamilton-Pearce, J., & Anderson, J. (2022). Indigenous Intellectual Property: Developing Tools and Strategies. In Intertwined Cultures: Stronger Together at the 2022 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums. Temecula, California.

Garcia, F., Roe, C., Hamilton-Pearce, J., Francis Sr, J., & Soctomah, D. (2022). Local Contexts and Traditional Knowledge (TK) Labels: Supporting Indigenous Data Sovereignty. In Intertwined Cultures: Stronger Together at the 2022 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums. Temecula, California.

Hamilton-Pearce, J., & Roe, C. (2022). Local Contexts: Supporting Indigenous data sovereignty in digital infrastructures. In Natives in Tech 2022: Developing Sovereignty in Tech.

Head, M., & Hudson, M. (2022). Native pharmacology of consciousness: Indigenous considerations on the commercialization of psychoactive medicines derived from native entheogenic species.. In The Science of Consciousness Conference.

Head, M. (2022). [Review of Arthropods are Kin: Operationalizing Indigenous Data Sovereignty to Respectfully Utilize Genomic Data from Indigenous Lands Molecular Ecology Resources]. tea.

Hudson, M. (2022). Establishing a dialogue between Indigenous peoples and local communities and decision-makers for knowledge sharing [Guest speaker]. In Dialogue Forum on Traditional Knowledge for Biodiversity and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Pacific’. Conference held at Suva, Fiji.

Hudson, M. (2022). Recognising indigenous rights and interests in genomic data - Implications for DSI and open data. In Oceanian Genomics Workshop. Workshop held at Tahiti, French Polynesia.

West, K., Wilson, D., Thompson, A., & Hudson, M. (Nov 2020). Māori Perspectives on Trust and Automated Decision-Making.
Report for the Digital Council.