Through our work, the IPinCH Project seeks to explore the rights, values, and responsibilities of material culture, cultural knowledge, and the practice of heritage research. To further this goal, the IPinCH team has created a variety of resources for use by researchers, community members, and many other stakeholders as they grapple with emerging issues in cultural heritage ranging from cultural commodification, to responsible tourism, to safeguarding Indigenous ancestral burial grounds. Included in this collection are numerous videos, fact sheets, and other resources to address these challenges and others in collaborative and community focused research.
Resources for Community-Based Cultural Heritage Research
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How Heritage Industry Rhetoric Impedes Protection of Indigenous Cultural Heritage- President's Dream Colloquium
Heritage and Politics: Sovereignty, Jurisdiction, and the Protection of Indigenous Culture- President's Dream Colloquium
Appropriation and Commodification of Cultural Heritage: Ethical and Intellectual Property Issues to Consider- Fact Sheet
Indigenous Cultural Heritage: Issues of Canadian Law, Policy, and Reform- President's Dream Colloquium