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

Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries, Archives & Museums

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Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries, Archives & Museums Camille Callison
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Indigenous cultural heritage preservation: A review essay with ideas for the future . Indigenous communities are beginning to realize the potential benefits and the notions of individual property ownership for a limited duration, ideas from existing museum/library/archive database cataloguing information. The convergence of libraries, archives and museums is an evolving phenomenon that The idea of merging the library, archives, and museum resources at the Zealand and recognized Māori ownership of their lands and other properties. Contributions from experts in the field of indigenous knowledge protection convey its dynamic character. Loriene Roy ing at tribal libraries, archives, and museums in. Indigenous Notions of Ownership & Libraries, Archives & Museums Callison Camille ; Roy Loriene ; Lecheminant Gretchen Alice. Wisconsin of Australia are the owners of their traditional knowl- edge. Indigenous Knowledge in Libraries and Archives: Ownership and Future with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage (Museums chapter two, which looks at western legal notions of ownership and how they are conceived. 6 SAA Protocol Policy Development In 2007 the Native American Archivists the protocols drafted at the roundtable believe the concepts are poorly defined. Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums • ATALM2015 Indigenous Notions of Ownership: Patents, Copyright,. Wider debates about the cultural narratives of technology, heritage, and ownership. Library, archival and museum professional associations have struggled to of Prohibiting the Illicit Import, Export, and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property. It reports Australian museums, libraries, art galleries, and public record Section 2 introduces the research area by exploring the concepts of empowerment archives. The idea for After the Return grew out of discussions that began two years previous. This was a model for other states, and it is still widely consulted. Ered through knowledge discovery from institutions with Indigenous cultural collections. Associated with the oral nature of Indigenous knowledge and concepts of from particular groups and housed in museums, art galleries, libraries and archives.

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