The Traditional Knowledge and Biocultural Labels were recently included in an article published by Advances in Archaeological Practice about the application of the CARE Principles within the field of archaeology. 

Written by Neha Gupta, Andrew Martindale, Kisha Supernant, and Michael Elvidge, “The CARE Principles and the Reuse, Sharing, and Curation of Indigenous Data in Canadian Archaeology,” focuses on the need for archaeologists to support Indigenous data sovereignty by “repositioning Indigenous peoples as active stewards of their data” within an increasingly digitized field.

Read the full article here.