Table of contents for Global indigenous media : cultures, poetics, and politics / edited by Pamela Wilson and Michelle Stewart.

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Acknowledgements									000
Indigeneity and Indigenous Media on the Global Stage				000
Pamela Wilson and Michelle Stewart
Part I	From Poetics to Politics: Indigenous Media Aesthetics and Style
1	Imperfect Media and the Poetics of Indigenous Video in Latin America 	000
Juan Francisco Salazar and Amalia C¿rdova
2	"Lest Others Speak for Us": The Neglected Roots and Uncertain Future of
Maori Cinema in New Zealand 						000
Jennifer Gauthier
3	Cache: Provisions and Productions in Contemporary Igloolik Video	000
Cache Collective
4	Indigenous Animation: Educational Programming, Narrative Interventions, and
Children's Cultures 								000
Joanna Hearne
Part II	Indigenous Activism, Advocacy, and Empowerment through Media
5	Media as Our Mirror: Indigenous Media of Burma (Myanmar) 		000
Lisa Brooten
6	Transistor Resistors: Native Women's Radio in Canada and the Social
Organization of Political Space from Below 					000
Kathleen Buddle
7	Weaving a Communication Quilt in Colombia: Civil Conflict, Indigenous
Resistance and Community Radio in Northern Cauca 			000
Mario A. Murillo
8	Outside the Indigenous Lens: Zapatistas and Autonomous Videomaking 	000
Alexandra Halkin
Part III	Cultural Identity, Preservation, and Community-Building through Media
9	The Search for Well-Being: Placing Development with Indigenous Identity 000
Laurel Smith
10	"To Breathe Two Airs": Empowering Indigenous Sami Media 		000
Sari Pietik¿inen
11	Indigenous Media as an Important Resource for Russia's
Indigenous Peoples								000
Galina Diatchkova
12	Indigenous Minority-Language Media: S4C, Cultural Identity, and the Welsh-
Language Televisual Community 						000
Ruth McElroy
Part IV	New Technologies, Timeless Knowledges: Digital and Interactive Media
13	Recollecting Indigenous Thinking in a CD-ROM 				000
Priscila Faulhaber and Louis Forline
14	Digital Tools and the Management of Australian Aboriginal
Desert Knowledge 								000
Michael Christie
15	Rethinking the Digital Age 							000
Faye Ginsburg
References									 000
About the Contributors								000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Intercultural communication -- Case studies.
Indigenous peoples and mass media -- Case studies.
Ethnic mass media -- Case studies.
Minorities in mass media -- Case studies.
Communication and culture -- Case studies.