This is a non-Confluence event.
The Indigenous Speaker Series provides a platform for dialogues about Indigenous people’s cultural and traditional lived experiences, hosted by Northwest Indian College – Nez Perce Site.
Register at: https://bit.ly/MALU-S7
Presenter: Malu Castro
Title: (In)commensurable governance: Towards a decolonizing typology of governance in evaluation
Bio: Malu Castro (Kānaka ʻŌiwi & Borinqueño, he/him/his/they/them/their’s) is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and is currently enrolled as a PhD student in the Ecological-Community Psychology program at Michigan State University. Malu’s research focus is broadly focused on evaluation theory and methods. Specifically, Malu is interested in Indigenous evaluation theory and methods as they relate to the reification of governance structures in programs, organizations, communities, and other polities (e.g., nation states, Tribal governments).
Qe’ci’yew’yew and Pilahuk to our sponsors: University of Washington Earthlab; University of Washington – Tacoma Equity and Inclusion; University of Washington Center for American and Indigenous Studies.
Speaker Series Committee Members: Ciarra Greene, MS and Michelle Montgomery, PhD
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