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CyberPowWow: Indigenous Networks on the Electronic Frontier | Talk with Mikhel Proulx | Fondation PHI

CyberPowWow: Indigenous Networks on the Electronic Frontier

  • Video
  • PHI Foundation

In conjunction with the exhibition Terms of Use, which presents a newly-restored version of CyberPowWow (1997–2004), we were delighted to welcome researcher Mikhel Proulx, who gave an online lecture entitled CyberPowWow: Indigenous Networks on the Electronic Frontier.

This online discussion looks at the intersection of networked media and Indigenous self-determination to offer a settler-colonial reading of the Internet, and attend to this landmark platform for Indigenous digital culture.

*English and French subtitles available. Click on the button in the bottom right corner of the video to activate them.

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