Archives and the Reach of Indigenous Dispossession

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What does it take to repatriate intangible cultural heritage? A talk by Dr. Robin R. R. Gray.

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What does it take to repatriate intangible cultural heritage?

In this talk, Dr. Robin R. R. Gray will discuss an ongoing case study to repatriate songs with, by and for Ts’msyen from Lax Kw’alaams, BC, to point to the colonizing properties of property in the archive.

Ryerson University Library is hosting this webinar to help expand our perspectives of scholarly, research and creative activities beyond western paradigms, and advocate for Indigenous control of Indigenous data and cultural heritage.

Dr. Robin R. R. Gray is Ts’msyen from Lax Kw’alaams, BC and Mikisew Cree from Fort Chipewyan, AB. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Gray’s current community-based research projects focus on the repatriation of Ts’msyen songs, and foundational issues related to the protection, management, ownership, access and control of Indigenous cultural heritage.

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