Indigenous knowledge systems is continuing to be poked and prodded, studied and analysed from the perspectives of Eurocentric diverse disciplinary knowledges for its benefits. Yet, Indigenous knowledge systems exist separate from disciplinary knowledges of the Eurocentric or western tradition and have their own purposes, foundations, languages, protocols and processes for engaging those knowledge systems.  With appropriate alliances, collaborations, protocols, principles, discourses and methodologies that new communities of interest in Indigenous knowledges are generating, there is a growing necessity of constructing a trans-systemic methods that honour the reconciliation between the knowledge systems regarding what can be known, shared and appropriately used in research and new technologies as well as to address new ways of thinking about the universe we live together in.

Posted: 2019-04-17 More...

Call for Papers: Community Engagement and the Anthropologies of Health and Wellbeing

For our Spring 2020 special issue on Engagement in the Anthropologies of Health and Wellbeing, we seek submissions from community- and university-based researchers and scholars who actively engage with communities (of all kinds) in their anthropological research.  
Posted: 2018-07-24 More...

Engaged Scholar Journal Fall 2016 Issue Is Out


Articles presented in our Fall 2016 issue reflect on theory and practice of community-engaged scholarship in various settings. They range from analyses of CES leadership and research processes in multi-stage and multi-partner projects to presentations of specific research and teaching projects in specific communities and settings. 

Posted: 2017-04-30

Become a Book Reviewer for ESJ

We invite engaged scholars from community and academia to collaborate with us as book reviewers. Consult the section "Books for Review" for what books are available for review at the moment and let us know what book interests you.  
Posted: 2015-06-18