JOURNÉE Florence Piron Day

Bridging Open Science and Local Knowledge

Nukskahtowin at the Athabasca University, in partnership with the Association science et bien commun and the UNESCO Decade for Indigenous Languages, invites paper submissions to celebrate the 3rd annual “Florence Piron Day.

This interdisciplinary conference will examine the intellectual and scientific heritage of Florence Piron (1966-2021) between question of (i) ethics, (ii) Open Science and Open Access, (iii) participative research and collaboration with local communities, (iv) critical pedagogy, (v) local knowledge and their potential to contribute to local sustainable development, (vi) cognitive justice, (vii) the métissage of knowledge, democracy, decolonial studies, citizen science and participatory research, etc.

Submissions should include an abstract of no more than 500 words and a 100-word biography identifying key institutional affiliations and key scholarly contributions.

Click here for the conference terms of reference and to make a submission