Jo-ann Archibald (Q’um Q’um Xiiem) is scholar and educational practitioner from the Sto:lo and St’at’imc First Nations in British Columbia, Canada. She is professor emeritus in the Educational Studies Department at the UBC Faculty of Education. She was previously the Associate Dean of Indigenous Education, and the Director of NITEP (UBC’s Indigenous Teacher Education Program). She is the author of Indigenous Storywork: Educating the Heart, Mind, Body, and Spirit (2008).
Jenny Bol Jun Lee-Morgan is a Māori scholar and educational
practitioner. Her tribal affiliations
are to Ngāti Mahuta, Waikato-Tainui. She is a Professor of Māori Research, and
Director of Ngā Wai ā te Tui Māori and Indigenous Research, Unitec Institute of
Technology, New Zealand. She previously served as deputy director of the Kotahi
Research Institute, The University, and as the head of the School of Māori
Education (Te Puna Wānanga), The University of Auckland. Her previous works
include: co-edited book Decolonisation in Aotearoa: Education, research and
practice (Hutchings & Lee-Morgan, 2016) that won Te Kōrero Pono in the Ngā
Kupu Ora Aotearoa Māori Book Awards 2017; Oho ake: Rehu Marae (Lee &
Selwyn, 2010); and Jade Taniwha: Maori-Chinese Identity and Schooling in
Dr Jason De Santolo is a researcher & creative producer.
His tribal affiliations are Garrwa and Barunggam. He is Assoc Professor of
Indigenous Research in the School of Design at University of Technology Sydney
and an Associate in the Institute for Sustainable Futures. He previously worked
as a Senior Researcher in Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and
Research where he led New Media and the Indigenous Research Synergies strategy.
Jason co-edited Decolonizing Research:
Indigenous storywork as methodology (2019) with Jo-Ann Archibald and Jenny
Lee-Morgan (Zed Books). His latest documentary Warburdar Bununu/Water Shield (2019) explores water contamination
in his homelands and Borroloola, Northern Territory and will be premiering at
the Sydney Film Festival.