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Opening Archives: Respectful Repatriation
(American Archivist, 2011)
In the last twenty years, many collecting institutions have heeded the calls by indigenous activists to integrate indigenous models and knowledge into mainstream practices. The digital terrain poses both possibilities and ...
Does Information Really Want to be Free? Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the Question of Openness
(International Journal of Communication, 2012)
The "information wants to be free" meme was born some 20 years ago from the free and open source software development community. In the ensuing decades, information freedom has merged with debates over open access, digital ...
Examining the apprenticeship of observation with preservice teachers: The practice of blogging to facilitate autobiographical reflection and critique
(Caddo Gap Press, 2013)
One of the goals of successful teacher preparation is to develop professionals who are cognizant of their own backgrounds and who critically reflect on those experiences for future practice (Darling-Hammond, 2006). Overall, ...
Engaging Students in Autobiographical Critique as a Social Justice Tool: Narratives of Deconstructing and Reconstructing Meritocracy and Privilege with Pre-service Teachers
(Educational Studies, 2015)
This self-study involves instructors of a Social Justice in Education course at a large university who engaged pre-service teacher education students with assignments intended to solicit their critical self-reflection and ...
Batteries, big red, and busses: Using critical theory to read for social class in Eleanor & Park
(Study and Scrutiny, 2015)
In this article, the authors posit the avenue of young adult literature as an untapped resource for cultivating students’ knowledge of social theories and their recognition of societal inequities. Combining specific ...
"Have you read my 'Christ' story?": Mary Austin's The Man Jesus and London's The Star Rover
(The Call, 2012)
This article considers Christ stories written by authors Mary Austin and Jack London at the beginning of the twentieth century. That Austin, a mystic who believed she was in touch with Indian spirits, and London, an avowed ...
The Next 150 Years: Wharton Goes Digital
In thinking about the digital future of Wharton studies, I want to turn backward to ltalian Backgrounds (L905), a series of travel essays, mostly previously published, that came out six months before The House of Mirth ( ...
W. D. Howells's Unpublished Letters to J. Harvey Greene
(Resources for American Literary Study, 2011)
The relationship between W. D. Howells (1H37-1920) and his boyhood friend .James Harvey (or Hervey) Greene (1833-90) is treated only briefly in biographies of Howells, an understandable situation given the extensive network ...
Edith Wharton's "Book of the Grotesque": Sherwood Anderson, Modernism, and the Late Stories
(Edith Wharton Review, 2010)
This article discusses Edith Wharton's "The Looking Glass" and "The Day of the Funeral."
Tribal Archives, Traditional Knowledge, and Local Contexts: Why the “s” Matters
(Journal of Western Archives, 2015)
In this article I examine the landscape of tribal or Indigenous archival management as it relates to digital assets and, more specifically, how these might help us reimagine the intellectual property needs of local, ...