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WRTG 105 The Climate Crisis (Conklin)

Library Session Activities (February 14, 2023)

Activity 1

For Activity 1, you and your partner will select and analyze any ONE of the following scholarly articles. Download a PDF of the article you choose and work together to answer the questions in the worksheet. The purpose of this activity is for you to explore the components of a typical scholarly article.

Article 1: Ghosh-Jerath, S., et al. (2016). Exploring the potential of indigenous foods to address hidden hunger: Nutritive value of indigenous foods of Santhal tribal community of Jharkhand, IndiaJournal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition11(4), 548–568.

Article 2: Hanemaayer, R., et al. (2020). Exploring the perceptions of and experiences with traditional Foods among First Nations female youth: A participatory Photovoice study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(7), 2214–2230.

Article 3: Huambachano, M. A. (2019). Indigenous food sovereignty: Reclaiming food as sacred medicine in Aotearoa New Zealand and Peru. New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 43(3), 1–6.

Article 4: Joseph, L., & Turner, N. J. (2020). “The old foods are the new foods!”: Erosion and revitalization of indigenous food systems in northwestern North America. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 4.

Article 5: Swiderska, K., et al. (2022). Indigenous peoples’ food systems and biocultural heritage: Addressing indigenous priorities using decolonial and interdisciplinary research approaches. Sustainability, 14(18), 11311.

Activity 2

For Activity 2, you'll be working on your own and we'll be discussing the results as a group. The purpose of this activity is to get you thinking about your paper topic and potential keywords that would be useful in your search for information.