Decolonizing and Revitalizing Language through Animation: The Monash Country Line Archive

Shannon Faulkhead, John James Bradley, Brent David McKee

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Abstract

DESCRIPTION OF 2015 ATALM SHORT VIDEO TUTORIALS:This collection contains the 61 short video tutorials that the SHN team recorded during the 2015 ATALM (Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, & Museums) annual conference in Washington DC.THIS VIDEO:In this video, John Bradley, Director of the Monash Country Lines Archive, Shannon Faulkhead, Finkel Fellow at the Monash Indigenous Center, Monash Country Lines Archive, and Brent McKee, Animator for the Monash Country Lines Archive based at Monash University, provide an overview of the Archive's project discussing topics such as: the decolonization of Indigenous language documentation materials, the use of the project as an intergenerational learning tool, and the different steps involved in translating oral histories into 3D animation. This video supplements the full session, "Language Preservation and 3D Animations" given at the 2015 ATALM annual conference, held in Washington, DC on September 9-12, 2015.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSustainable Heritage Network
Media of outputOnline
Size4min 02 sec
Publication statusPublished - 12 Sep 2015

Keywords

  • 3D animation
  • Indigenous Knowledges
  • Indigenous Stories

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Faulkhead, S. (Author), Bradley, J. J. (Author), & McKee, B. D. (Author). (2015). Decolonizing and Revitalizing Language through Animation: The Monash Country Line Archive. Audio / Visual Recording, Sustainable Heritage Network.