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Indigenous Knowledge Organization : special issue Table of contents Doyle, Ann M.; Metoyer, Cheryl A. Jul 31, 2015

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Cataloging & Classification QuarterlyRoutledge and Cataloging & Classification Quarterly are pleased to announce a special double issue devoted to “Indigenous Knowledge Organization.” Guest edited by Ann M. Doyle, University of British Columbia, and Cheryl A. Metoyer, University of Washington, this special issue engages in an international and interdisciplin-ary dialogue about Indigenous approaches to organizing and sharing Indigenous expressions of knowledge held in libraries, archives, and museums.  It includes theoretical and applied research from New Zealand, Canada, and the United States on cataloguing, classification, and metadata. In 2016, this Indigenous special issue will be published as a monograph. Special Issue Table of ContentsForeword – Imagining Our Own Approaches,Linda Tuhiwai SmithEditorial Introduction,Cheryl A. Metoyer & Ann M. Doyle  Ka Pō, Ka Ao, Ka Awatea: The Interface Between  Epistemology and Māori Subject Headings,Spencer LilleyKi Te Tika Te Hanga, Ka Pakari Te Kete: With the Right Structure We Weave a Strong Basket,Penelope Bardenheier & Elizabeth H. WilkinsonHe Matapihi Mā Mua, Mō Muri: The Ethics,  Processes and Procedures Associated with the Digitisation of Indigenous Knowledge — The Pei Jones Collection, Hēmi Whaanga, David Bainbridge, Michela Anderson, Korii Scrivener, Papitha Cader, Tom Roa, & Te Taka KeeganA Case Study in Indigenous Classification:  Revisiting and Reviving the Brian Deer Scheme, Alissa Cherry & Keshav MukundaAdapting the Brian Deer Classification System for  Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute,Raegan SwansonTo Every Artifact its Voice: Creating Surrogates for Hand-crafted Indigenous Objects, Lynne C. Howarth & Emma KnightReconciliation through Description: Using  Metadata to Realize the Vision of the National  Research Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, Brett Lougheed, Ry Moran, & Camille Callison Nunavut Libraries Online Establish Inuit  Language Bibliographic Cataloging Standards: Promoting Indigenous Language Using a  Commercial ILS, Carol RigbyKnowledge Organization from an Indigenous  Perspective: The Mashantucket Pequot Thesaurus of American Indian Terminology Project,Sandra Littletree & Cheryl A. MetoyerDecolonizing Ethnographic Documentation: A Critical History of the Early Museum Catalogs at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, Hannah TurnerImagining: Creating Spaces for Indigenous  Ontologies, Marisa Duarte & Miranda Belarde-Lewis Afterword – Knowledge Systems For All,  Ingrid Parentpresents a special issue onIndigenous Knowledge OrganizationThis special issue of Cataloging & Classification Quarterly can be found online by visiting:  Explore the Special Issue Online!Print ISSN: 0163-9374  Online ISSN: 1544-4554


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