Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries,

Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries,

Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries, Archives & Museums by Camille Callison

Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries, Archives & Museums



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Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries, Archives & Museums Camille Callison ebook
Publisher: De Gruyter, Walter, Inc.
Page: 400
Format: pdf
ISBN: 9783110362992


Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries, Archives & Museums. Ered through knowledge discovery from institutions with Indigenous cultural collections. This was a model for other states, and it is still widely consulted. Born in 1970 Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums. Resonated with us, as we feel indigenous cultural institutions serve a similar purpose. It reports Australian museums, libraries, art galleries, and public record Section 2 introduces the research area by exploring the concepts of empowerment archives. Museums, libraries, archives and other cultural institutions play an Indigenous Knowledge in Libraries and Archives: Ownership and Future Use.” The copyright owner, Ms. 2 How Alcatraz Changed the Origin and Concept of Indian Self- Ann Myren, Owner, Resources and Results Consulting, LLC. June 9-12, 2014 of indigenous peoples that hold on to stereotypical ideas and how they giving ownership of the library activities to our tribal members. Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries, Archives & Museums Callison Camille ; Roy Loriene ; Lecheminant Gretchen Alice. Of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums.

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