Indigenous Mind Program and Research

The Indigenous Mind Program

  WHAT IS THE IM PROGRAM? IM is a ceremony and academic program. Students engage deeply with the ancestors, the story of their people and their homelands. Coursework and intensives are enriched by: the wisdom, guidance and mentorship of Indigenous Elders journey to an ancestral homeland the innovative use of technology as ‘witness’ to one’s […]

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WISN presents at Archaeoacoustics Conference: Portugal Oct.2017

Archaeoacoustics is the study of how sound and vibration is an intrinsic element of natural and built environments. Since sound and vibration have the power to modify, entrain and transform human consciousness, WISN supports original archaeoacoustic research as an aspect of indigenous science.

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Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa Research Library

The Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa research library provides a resource hub for researchers of all disciplines to enter into the wealth of what indigenous science has to offer (see What is Indigenous Science?). WISN provides this collections of works the public for the purpose of broadening the baseline data of Western Science. We wish to honor […]

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Indigenous Science Research

Dr. Apela Colorado was among the first generation of Native Americans to receive a Ph.D. from a leading US university (Brandeis). In her doctoral dissertation she coined the term “indigenous science” and used it in an effort to create a bridge of understanding between Western science and indigenous knowledge.

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