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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2021-22

NAS 30.19 Indigistory-Dartmouth and Beyond: Digital Storytelling in American Indian Communities and Contexts

Over the past decade American Indian communities and collaborative partners from an array of tribal organizations and public institutions have created a body of digital stories, reflecting individual and community concerns on a breadth of matters of importance to contemporary tribes. In many cases those stories address contemporary community issues, of language preservation, the importance of oral tradition, health and wellness awareness and treatment, addressing historical trauma and attending to tribal justice.  In other cases, such digital stories have served as educational tools and as means for offering qualitative assessment of research driven programs in tribal communities. In still other cases, tribally generated digital stories have addressed issues of kinship and community belonging, by referring back to roles of individual tribal members in events of historical importance to the tribal community.



Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:LIT; WCult:NW

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