Indigenous media production

| July 24, 2015

Indigenous media production is often framed as necessary to combat the forces of cultural imperialism, yet increasingly it has also served as a means of establishing a global network that facilitates dialog among indigenous populations and allows them participate in both transnational and national forms of cultural citizenship.

Please peruse the Isuma TV website (http://www.isuma.tv/) and also screen an episode of the TV series Nunavut (episode 10: Quaisut) (https://www.isuma.tv/isuma-productions/qaisut) and, building on arguments by Ginsburg, Christie, Faulhaber, and Santo, address how indigenous media might be understood as part of the global cultural economy rather than simply a defensive response to it.

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