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In this exciting interdisciplinary collection, scholars, activists, and media producers explore the emergence of Indigenous media: forms of media expression conceptualized, produced, and created by Indigenous peoples around the globe. Whether discussing Maori cinema in New Zealand or activist community radio in Colombia, the contributors describe how native peoples use both traditional and new media to combat discrimination, advocate for resources and rights, and preserve their cultures, languages, and aesthetic traditions. By representing themselves in a variety of media, Indigenous peoples are also challenging misleading mainstream and official state narratives, forging international solidarity movements, and bringing human rights violations to international attention.

Global Indigenous Media addresses Indigenous self-representation across many media forms, including feature film, documentary, animation, video art, television and radio, the Internet, digital archiving, and journalism. The volume’s sixteen essays reflect the dynamism of Indigenous media-making around the world. One contributor examines animated films for children produced by Indigenous-owned companies in the United States and Canada. Another explains how Indigenous media producers in Burma (Myanmar) work with NGOs and outsiders against the country’s brutal regime. Still another considers how the Ticuna Indians of Brazil are positioning themselves in relation to the international community as they collaborate in creating a CD-ROM about Ticuna knowledge and rituals. In the volume’s closing essay, Faye Ginsburg points out some of the problematic assumptions about globalization, media, and culture underlying the term “digital age” and claims that the age has arrived. Together the essays reveal the crucial role of Indigenous media in contemporary media at every level: local, regional, national, and international.

Contributors: Lisa Brooten, Kathleen Buddle, Cache Collective, Michael Christie, Amalia Córdova,

Galina Diatchkova, Priscila Faulhaber, Louis Forline, Jennifer Gauthier, Faye Ginsburg, Alexandra Halkin, Joanna Hearne, Ruth McElroy, Mario A. Murillo, Sari Pietikäinen, Juan Francisco Salazar,

Laurel Smith, Michelle Stewart, Pamela Wilson

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Explores how indigenous peoples are entering, using, and creating new social spaces in a globalizing media environment, mapping this emergent trend across the globe.

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"All scholars and practitioners interested in the global Indigenous mediascape will want to have access to this excellent volume packed with original contributions from all over the world."--Harald E. L. Prins, former visual anthropology editor, "American Anthropologist," and past president, Society for Visual Anthropology

About the Author

Global Indigenous Media is a necessary, urgent, and conceptually brilliant volume. Each essay is a gem. Taken together, they change how one thinks about Indigenous media and they reveal its importance in the transnational media landscapes of the twenty-first century.”—Patricia R. Zimmermann, author of States of Emergency: Documentaries, Wars, Democracies
“All scholars and practitioners interested in the global Indigenous mediascape will want to have access to this excellent volume packed with original contributions from all over the world.”—Harald E. L. Prins, former visual anthropology editor, American Anthropologist, and past president, Society for Visual Anthropology

Product Details

ISBN:
9780822343080
Author:
Wilson, Pamela
Publisher:
Duke University Press
Editor:
Stewart, Michelle
Author:
Gauthier, Jennifer
Author:
Salazar, Juan F.
Author:
Stewart, Michelle
Subject:
Intercultural communication
Subject:
Communication and culture
Subject:
Media Studies
Subject:
Film & Video - History & Criticism
Subject:
Ethnic Studies - Native American Studies
Subject:
Ethnic Studies - General
Subject:
Film - History & Criticism
Subject:
Sociology-Media
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20080831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
30 illustrations, 1 table
Pages:
376
Dimensions:
9.25 x 6.13 in

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Explores how indigenous peoples are entering, using, and creating new social spaces in a globalizing media environment, mapping this emergent trend across the globe.
"Synopsis" by , "All scholars and practitioners interested in the global Indigenous mediascape will want to have access to this excellent volume packed with original contributions from all over the world."--Harald E. L. Prins, former visual anthropology editor, "American Anthropologist," and past president, Society for Visual Anthropology
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