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PE-277041-21
Curating Indigenous Digital Collections
Erin Hughes, Wisconsin Library Services

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Mukurtu Midwest (Blog Post)
Title: Mukurtu Midwest
Author: Erin Hughes
Abstract: Promotion of NEH-funded grant project on WiLS website.
Date: 6/28/2021
Primary URL: https://www.wils.org/mukurtu-midwest/
Primary URL Description: Mukurtu Midwest Hub page on the WiLS website.
Website: WiLS

Greetings from Sarah Lundquist, Curating Indigenous Digital Collections Fellow (Blog Post)
Title: Greetings from Sarah Lundquist, Curating Indigenous Digital Collections Fellow
Author: Sarah Lundquist
Abstract: Introduction to Curating Indigenous Digital Collections fellow, Sarah Lundquist.
Date: 06/18/2021
Primary URL: https://www.wils.org/2021/06/14/greetings-from-sarah-lundquist-curating-indigenous-digital-collections-fellow/
Primary URL Description: Introduction to Sarah Lundquist post on the WiLS website.
Website: WiLS

Indigenous languages being revitalized in Wisconsin in efforts to reclaim, maintain identity (Article)
Title: Indigenous languages being revitalized in Wisconsin in efforts to reclaim, maintain identity
Author: Frank Vaisvilas
Abstract: Article on language revitalization in Wisconsin and the Ho-Chunk Nation's use of Mukurtu.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/story/news/native-american-issues/2021/06/08/indigenous-sovereignty-rooted-revitalizing-languages-wisconsin/7544397002/?utm_source=greenbaypressgazette-Daily%20Briefing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=daily_briefing&utm_
Format: Newspaper
Publisher: Green Bay Press Gazette

Indigenous Applications of Mukurtu for Digital Collections (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Indigenous Applications of Mukurtu for Digital Collections
Abstract: Tribal libraries, archives, and museums collect, preserve, and share their unique languages and cultures while also protecting Indigenous identity, knowledge, and inherent sovereignty. Whereas many digital archive initiatives champion open access to content, Indigenous communities have cultural protocols and community preferences that necessitate more granular, deliberate management of the online circulation of cultural heritage resources.
Author: WiLS, Ho-Chunk Nation, Stockbridge-Munsee, and Pokagon Band of Potowatomi
Date: 5/5/2022
Location: Madison, Wi


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