- Situational analysis methodology; Blended Indigenous methodology; Community-based research; Human-wildlife interactions
- International Indigenous Studies - University of Calgary
Dr. Adela Tesarek Kincaid is an instructor and researcher in the International Indigenous Studies Program at the University of Calgary and adjunct professor at the University of Regina. Previously, she was a Faculty Researcher at the Applied Research and Innovation Center at Selkirk College. Her expertise is in rural community-based research and animal-human relationships. She is an emerging scholar with a Ph.D. in human geography which was based on studying various communities and their reactions to free-roaming horses. Her postdoctoral work was recognized by RCE SK, a United Nations University acknowledged Regional Center of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development, and focused on ecomuseums that are locally organized and community-driven and aim to increase our understanding of the role that citizen science, education, and heritage-related activities can play in sustainable community development. Adela is a published author in the methodological area of situational analysis which she has applied to animal-based wellness programs that account for Indigenous relationships with animals.
McGinnis, A., Kincaid, A.T. & Barrett, M.J. Ham, C. Community Elders’ Research Advisory Committee. (2019). Animals as more-than-human persons: Strengthening animal-human relationships as a doorway to Indigenous holistic wellness. Ecopsychology. (in press)
Kincaid, A. T. [Special Edition Editor and Contributing Author]. (2018). Prairie Forum: Special Edition on Ecomuseums in Saskatchewan. Collection of academic and community papers. Reviewed and accepted with minor revisions.
Sutter, G. C., Kincaid, A. T., Fletcher, A. J., & Sperlich, T. (accepted, minor revisions; currently in revision). Adapting through heritage: Can Ecomuseums make Saskatchewan Communities more Sustainable? Prairie Forum, special issue on Ecomuseums.
Kincaid, A. T., Sutter, G. C., & Fletcher, A. J. (accepted, minor revisions; currently in revision). Highlights and Future Directions for Ecomuseum Development in Saskatchewan. Prairie Forum, special issue on Ecomuseums.
Kincaid, A. T. & Fletcher, A. J. (2017). Policy Problems, ‘Publics’, and the Power of Definition: Competing Discourses and the Case of Alberta’s Free-Roaming Horses. The Canadian Geographer (Wiley), 61(3), 360-374.Kincaid, A. T., & Sutter, G. C. (2018). Ecomuseums in Saskatchewan: Viewing networks and partnerships through a regional and project-specific lens. Invited book chapter. Contract with Brill Publishing House. [/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]