Indigenous Science

Publications about Indigenous science.

Forsdick, N., Wold, J., Angelo, A., Bissey, F., Hart, J., Head, M, Liggins, L., Senanayake, D. and Steeves, T. (2023). Journeying towards best practice data management in biodiversity genomics. Authorea September 2023. doi.org/10.22541/au.168328087.77582585/v3

Mc Cartney, A. M., Head, M. A., Tsosie, K. S., Sterner, B., Glass, J. R., Paez, S., . . . Hudson, M. (2023). Indigenous peoples and local communities as partners in the sequencing of global eukaryotic biodiversity. npj Biodiversity, 2(1). 

Golan J., Riddle K., Hudson M., Anderson J., Kusabs N. and Coltman T. (2022) Benefit sharing: Why inclusive provenance metadata matter. Frontiers in Genetics 13:1014044.

Holroyd, E., Deckert, A., Fehoko, E. S., Tunufai, L., Laws, M., Aooleton, N., . . . Tmka, S. (2022). Community healthcare workers were left feeling isolated and under-appreciated during the pandemic. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/

Holroyd, E., Long, N. J., Appleton, N. S., Davies, S. G., Deckert, A., Fehoko, E., . . . Tunufa’i, L. (2022). Community healthcare workers' experiences during and after COVID‐19 lockdown: A qualitative study from Aotearoa New Zealand. Health & Social Care in the Community. 

Kathlene, L., Munshi, D., Kurian, P. abd Morrison, S. (2022) Cultures in the laboratory: mapping similarities and differences between Māori and non-Māori in engaging with gene-editing technologies in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Humanit Soc Sci Commun 9, 100. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-022-01104-9

Liggins, L., Arranz, V., Braid, H. E., Carmelet-Rescan, D., Elleouet, J., Egorova, E., . . . Stewart, L. C. (2022). The future of molecular ecology in Aotearoa New Zealand: an early career perspective. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 

Long, N. J., Appleton, N. S., Davies, S. G., Deckert, A., Fehoko, E., Holroyd, E., . . . Tunufa'i, L. (2022). Pathways and obstacles to social recovery following the elimination of SARS-CoV-2 from Aotearoa New Zealand: a qualitative cross-sectional study. Journal of public health (Oxford, England), 44(4), e548-e556. 

Long, N. J., Hunter, A., Appleton, N. S., Davies, S. G., Deckert, A., Sterling, R., . . . Trnka, S. (2022). The Research Imagination During COVID-19: Rethinking Norms of Group Size and Authorship in Anthropological and Anthropology-Adjacent Collaborations. Anthropological Forum, 32(4), 351-370. 

Long, N. J., Tunufa’i, L., Aikman, P. J., Appleton, N. S., Davies, S. G., Deckert, A., . . . Sterling, R. (2022). ‘The most difficult time of my life’ or ‘COVID’s gift to me’? Differential experiences of COVID-19 funerary restrictions in Aotearoa New Zealand. Mortality. 

Mc Cartney, A., Tsosie, K. S., Sterner, B., Glass, J. R., Paez, S., Geary, J., . . . Head, M. (2022). Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities as partners in the sequencing of all eukaryotic life for the future of life

McAllister, T., Naepi, S., Walker, L., Gillon, A., Clark, P., Lambert, E., . . . Alipia, T. (2022). Seen but unheard: navigating turbulent waters as Māori and Pacific postgraduate students in STEM. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 52(S1), 116-134. 

Mika, J., Dell, K., Elers, C., Dutta, M., & Tong, Q. (2022). Indigenous environmental defenders in Aotearoa New Zealand: Ihumātao and Ōroua River. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 18(2), 277-289. 

Muller, S., Yeo, A., Paruru, D., Kusabs, N., & Hinze, A. (2022). Multidisciplinary community-engaged learning pilot project with a New Zealand indigenous community: Opportunities and lessons learnt. In K. E. Zegwaard, & K. Hoskyn (Eds.), Refereed Proceedings of the 24th Work-Integrated Learning New Zealand Conference (pp. 19-25). Auckland, NZ.

Sherkow, J. S., Barker, K. B., Braverman, I., Cook-Deegan, R., Durbin, R., Easter, C. L., . . . Greely, H. T. (2022). Ethical, legal, and social issues in the Earth BioGenome Project. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 119(4). 

Sterling, R. (2022). Impact of Gender Analysis as A Framework for Intersex. Psychology and Behavioral Science International Journal, 19(5). 

Conroy, E., Donovan-Pereira, N., Douglas, N., Hudson, M., Kusabs, I., Morgan, K., Ruha, C. (2021). Mātauranga Māori and decision-making in the context of the Te  Arawa Lakes.

Anderson J., Hudson M. (2020) The Biocultural Labels Initiative: Supporting Indigenous rights in data derived from genetic resources. Biodiversity Information Science and Standards 4: e59230. 

Caron NR, Chongo M, Hudson M, Arbour L, Wasserman WW, Robertson S, Correard S and Wilcox P (2020) Indigenous Genomic Databases: Pragmatic Considerations and Cultural Contexts. Frontiers in Public Health 8:111. 

Hudson, M., Garrison, N.A., Sterling, R., Caron, N., Fox, K., Yraccheta, J., Anderson, J., Wilcox, P., Arbour, L., Brown, A., Taualii, M., Kukutai, T., Haring, R., Te Aika, B., Baynam, G.S., Cearden, P., Chagne, D., Malhi, R.S., Garba, I., Tifflin, N., Bolnick, D., Stott, M., Rolleston, A.K., Ballantyne, L.L., Lovett, R., David-Chavez, D., Martinez, A., Sporle, A., Walter, M., Reading, J. & Carroll, S. (2020). Rights, interests and expectations: Indigenous perspectives on unrestricted access to genomic dataNat Rev Genet 21, 377–384. 

Sterling, R. (2022). Narrativity in Becoming Sex/Gender. IntechOpen. 

Other References:

Asher, R., Hyun, I., Head, M., Cosgrove, G. R., & Silbersweig, D. (2023). [Forthcoming] Neuroethical implications of focused ultrasound for neuropsychiatric illness. Journal of Brain Stimulation.

Cribb, M., & Mika, J. (2022). Te Awa Tupua: How Indigenous and non-Indigenous world views affect management and implementation of the Whanganui River Settlement Act. In 35th ANZAM Conference. Gold Coast, Australia.

Head, M. (2023). [Forthcoming] Neuroethical implications of focused ultrasound for neuropsychiatric illness. In The Science of Consciousness 2023. Conference held at Taormina, Sicily, Italy.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Hudson, M. (2022). What does 'Ethical Research'' look like? An indigenous perspective on big data & precision medicine. In Southeast Native American Health Data Symposium. Virtual Symposium.

Hudson, M. (2022). Recognising Indigenous interests in DSI & Genetic Resources. In Global Workshop on Digital Sequence Information and Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture [Virtual Workshop].

Hudson, M., & Anderson, J. (2022). Including indigenous metadata in collection records. In Biodiversity Digitization Conference (BioDigiCon). Hosted by iDigBio (Virtual).

Morgan, T., Mika, J., & Brown, K. (2022). Te whakapapa o te waihanga: An Indigenous narrative of infrastructure. In Beyond the Law: Property and Possession. Virtual.

Sterling, R. (2023). Self-determination, Identity and Intersex inclusion: what is that the answer?. In Centring Intersex Issues: Global and Local Dimensions International Online Conference. Hosted by University of Huddersfield,Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England.

Sterling, R. (2022). Narrativity in becoming sex/gender. In 2nd International Webinar on Psychology and Mental Health. Hosted by Scientex Conference.