Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/1077
Title: Indigenous Notions of Ownership and Libraries, Archives and Museums
Authors: IFLA Indigenous Matters Section
Callison, Camille
Roy, Loriene
LeCheminant, Gretchen Alice
Keywords: Subject::Indigenous knowledge
Subject::Indigenous matters
Subject::Indigenous peoples
Subject::Culture
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: De Gruyter Saur
Series/Report no.: IFLA Publications Series;Vol. 166.
Abstract: Tangible and intangible forms of indigenous knowledges and cultural expressions are often found in libraries, archives or museums. Often the "legal" copyright is not held by the indigenous people’s group from which the knowledge or cultural expression originates. Indigenous peoples regard unauthorized use of their cultural expressions as theft and believe that the true expression of that knowledge can only be sustained, transformed, and remain dynamic in its proper cultural context. Readers will begin to understand how to respect and preserve these ways of knowing while appreciating the cultural memory institutions’ attempts to transfer the knowledges to the next generation.
URI: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/1077
ISBN: 9783110363234
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