Dane Wajich–Dane-zaa Stories and Songs (2007)



Dane Wajich: Dane-zaa Stories and Songs–Dreamers and the Land is a collaboratively produced exhibit of Dane-zaa oral traditions from the Doig River First Nation. Dane Wajich was honored with the Jean Rouch Award in Visual Anthropology by the Society for Visual Anthropology (2008). Amber Ridington and Kate Hennessy were the project co-curators and co-producers. The project was directed by the Doig River First Nation. See the complete Project Credits.


Related Publications

2012 Kate Hennessy. Cultural Heritage on the Web: Applied Digital Visual Anthropology and Local Cultural Property Rights Discourse. International Journal of Cultural Property (19, Special Issue: Intangible Property at the Periphery: Expanding Enclosure in the 21st Century):345-369. [PDF: Hennessy2012_IJCP]

2012 Kate Hennessy. From Intangible Expression to Digital Cultural Heritage. In Safeguarding Intangible Heritage. Michelle Stefano, Peter Davis, Gerard Corsane, eds. Pp. 33-46. Heritage Matters Series. Woodbridge and Rochester: Boydell and Brewer.

2011 Robin Ridington, Jillian Ridington, Patrick Moore, Kate Hennessy, and Amber Ridington. Ethnopoetic Translation in Relation to Audio, Video, and New Media Representations. In Born in the Blood: On Native American Translation. Brian Swann, ed. Pp. 211-241. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press. [more info here]

2010  Kate Hennessy.  Repatriation, Digital Technology, and Culture in a Northern Athapaskan Community. PhD Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia. [Download here]

2009 Kate Hennessy. Virtual Repatriation and Digital Cultural Heritage: The Ethics of Managing Online Collections. Anthropology News (April 2009):5-6.

2008 Amber Ridington and Kate Hennessy. Building Indigenous Agency Through Web-Based Exhibition: Dane-Wajich – Dane-zaa Stories and Songs: Dreamers and the Land. in J. Trant and D. Bearman (eds.). Museums and the Web 2008: Proceedings, Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics, published March 1, 2008 at http://www.archimuse.com/mw2008/papers/ridington/ridington.html