We are so pleased to announce that on November 12, 2020, the Tribesourcing Southwest Film Project won a National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA)/Digital Library Federation (DLF) Innovation Award at this year's Digital Preservation 2020 #DigiPres20 conference! To read more: https://ndsa.org//groups/innovation-awards/
Diné Narration Coordinator Rhiannon Sorrell was featured in a piece for New Mexico PBS's ¡COLORES! on August 27, 2020.
“Tribesourcing Southwest Films: Counter-Narrations and Speaking Back to Colonial Rhetoric.” With Dr. Jennifer Jenkins and Rhiannon Sorrell. Digital Humanities 2020 (DH2020), Ottawa, ON, Canada, July 22 – 24, 2020 [Virtual conference due Covid-19 pandemic. Online presentation.]
Click here to watch webinar. Rhiannon Sorrell, Crystal Littleben, Jennifer Jenkins and Melissa Dollman in conversation with Jennifer O'Neal, University of Oregon.
Melissa Dollman and Jennifer Jenkins were guests on New Mexico's Humanities Council's "Augmented Humanity Podcast" in June 2020.
Top [L-R] Rhiannon Sorrell and Crystal Littleben; Bottom [L-R] Melissa Dollman and Jennifer Jenkins presenting at the Association of Moving Image Archivists annual conference in November 2019. You can see the recorded presentation here. It was part of AMIA's Stewardship of Indigenous Materials conference stream.
[L-R] Melissa Dollman, Rhiannon Sorrell, and Amy Fatzinger (Jennifer Jenkins is just off-camera) presenting at The Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) conference in October 2019.
The ATALM conference program description.
Project postcard, 2019--
Moving Image Archive News interviewed Jennifer Jenkins back in 2018 on the origins of the project. You can read it here.