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Ben Calabaza: Indigenous Designer with a Dartmouth Connection

Ben Calabaza: Indigenous Designer with a Dartmouth Connection

The Mellon-funded project is gearing up to present more workshops, programming, and teaching and learning opportunities for the grant’s final year (2022-23). To help document the work and progress of the Advancing Pathways project, the team sought to work with an...

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Cultural Heritage Engagement at the Hood Museum of Art

Cultural Heritage Engagement at the Hood Museum of Art

Aerial view of The Hood Museum and Hopkins Center for the Arts On June 14th, 2022, Cultural Heritage and Indigenous Knowledges Fellow Zachary Miller presented a talk titled Cultural Heritage Engagement at the Hood Museum of Art as part of Dartmouth's Back to School...

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Samson Occom Papers Repatriation Announcement

Samson Occom Papers Repatriation Announcement

It is with great excitement that the Advancing Pathways for Long-Term Collaboration Steering Committee would like to share the announcement that the Occom papers and other Occom related materials, stewarded by Dartmouth Library for many years, will be repatriated by...

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Introduction: Zachary Miller

Introduction: Zachary Miller

We are pleased to welcome Zachary Miller, a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation to the Advancing Pathways team as a Cultural Heritage and Indigenous Knowledges Fellow. Zachary has previously served as an Andrew Mellon Curatorial Fellow at the Wheelwright Museum of the...

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Research: Digital Cultural Heritage Projects

One of the most important objectives of the Advancing Pathways project is to make more accessible the cultural heritage of the Native and Indigenous communities that are represented in our Library and Hood collections. When descendant communities have both access and...

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Repatriation: Greenland National Museum and Archives

During the Hood Museum of Art’s NAGPRA re-inventory of ancestral remains in March 2021, we learned of two Inuit ancestors housed in the collection. Further research at the Rauner Special Collections Library led to a geographical and cultural affiliation with Cape York...

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