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Global indigenous media : cultures, poetics, and politics
In this exciting interdisciplinary collection, scholars, activists, and media producers explore the emergence of Indigenous media: forms of media expression conceptualized, produced, and created byExpand
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Language, Culture, and Collectivism: Uniting Coalition Partners and Promoting Holistic Health in the Menominee Nation
Recent perspectives on Indigenous health have recognized language, culture, and values as central to well-being and recovery from historical trauma. Health coalitions, which identify community healthExpand
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Screening Queer India in Pratibha Parmar’s Khush
In her short experimental documentary, Khush (1991), Pratibha Parmar explores the complexities, and at times difficulties, of the lives of lesbian and gay Indians. Through the layering of queerExpand
Making It “Real”/“Reel”: Truth, Trauma, and American Exceptionalism in Zero Dark Thirty
This chapter probes the complex interactions between Hollywood cinema, cultural memory, and national history. Although the war film has been a staple of American cinema since its birth, KathrynExpand
Maori TV: The First Ten Years
Indigenous Feature Films: A New Hope for National Cinemas?
As an observer of the cinemas of Canada, Australia and New Zealand, I have recently been struck by the unprecedented success of indigenous feature films from these three nations. Atanarjuat: The FastExpand
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New Vistas? Aboriginal animation and digital dreams at the National Film Board of Canada
This paper argues that Canada's National Film Board (NFB) is moving away from its commitment to Aboriginal media production to focus on its global reputation as a leader in digital media. A caseExpand