Tribesourcing Southwest Film

Melissa Dollman, Jennifer Jenkins, Rhiannon Sorrell, University of Arizona

From the project site: "This project seeks to rebalance the historical record, intentionally shifting emphasis from external perceptions of Native peoples to the voices, knowledge, and languages of the peoples represented in the films by participatory recording of new narrations for the films.

Each film in this project will be streamed with at least one alternate narration from within the culture. This aspect of the project allows for identification of people, places, practices, vocabulary and stories that might otherwise be lost, as well as providing a significantly richer, community-based narration for each film, thereby taking a small step toward cultural repatriation of content."
Includes lesson plans and ways to incorporate native voices into the classroom at age appropriate levels.

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Title

Tribesourcing Southwest Film

Creator

Melissa Dollman, Jennifer Jenkins, Rhiannon Sorrell, University of Arizona

Date

2021-04-05

Contributor

Calida O'Brien

Language

English (EN)

Abstract

From the project site: "This project seeks to rebalance the historical record, intentionally shifting emphasis from external perceptions of Native peoples to the voices, knowledge, and languages of the peoples represented in the films by participatory recording of new narrations for the films.

Each film in this project will be streamed with at least one alternate narration from within the culture. This aspect of the project allows for identification of people, places, practices, vocabulary and stories that might otherwise be lost, as well as providing a significantly richer, community-based narration for each film, thereby taking a small step toward cultural repatriation of content."
Includes lesson plans and ways to incorporate native voices into the classroom at age appropriate levels.

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