Smithsonian Collections & Archives Program: Digital Returns and Source Communities
Anthropology Collections @370,000 cultural artifacts 2.3 million archaeological  specimens 10,000 cubic feet of manuscript...
Coordinating Funding Sources,  Curatorial & Programmatic Initiatives, and Community Interests
Collections & Archives as Contact Zones Banner
Collaboration, Dialogue, Indigenous Knowledge
 
Curators, Collections Staff, Archivists, Conservators, Data Managers & Community Members
Almost Forgot—Administrators Too!
The  ‘Pull’ of Possible Projects Tensions between Should and Will
Objects and Historical Relaionships
Visual Materials: Responding to Community Concerns, Identifying Resources,  Enabling Community Narratives
Remembering Home:  Deanna Kingston & the King Island Diaspora
Robert Zingg Huichol Film Footage, 1934
 
* Expedition Films (Stirling) * Amateur Travelogues (Gallup Ceremonial) * Documentary Footage (Mbuti Turnbull)  * Annotate...
 
 
 
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

After the return digitizal repatriation

1,212 views

Published on

by Jake Homiak at the Digital Return workshop, Washington DC January 19-21, 2012

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,212
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
60
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
8
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

After the return digitizal repatriation

  1. 1. Smithsonian Collections & Archives Program: Digital Returns and Source Communities
  2. 2. Anthropology Collections @370,000 cultural artifacts 2.3 million archaeological specimens 10,000 cubic feet of manuscripts 750,000 photographs 8,000 sound recordings various native art and cartographic materials 8M feet of film 2,000 hours of video
  3. 3. Coordinating Funding Sources, Curatorial & Programmatic Initiatives, and Community Interests
  4. 4. Collections & Archives as Contact Zones Banner
  5. 5. Collaboration, Dialogue, Indigenous Knowledge
  6. 7. Curators, Collections Staff, Archivists, Conservators, Data Managers & Community Members
  7. 8. Almost Forgot—Administrators Too!
  8. 9. The ‘Pull’ of Possible Projects Tensions between Should and Will
  9. 10. Objects and Historical Relaionships
  10. 11. Visual Materials: Responding to Community Concerns, Identifying Resources, Enabling Community Narratives
  11. 12. Remembering Home: Deanna Kingston & the King Island Diaspora
  12. 13. Robert Zingg Huichol Film Footage, 1934
  13. 15. * Expedition Films (Stirling) * Amateur Travelogues (Gallup Ceremonial) * Documentary Footage (Mbuti Turnbull) * Annotated Films and Footage * Links between Photographs, Films and Objects

×