Indigenous Screen Cultures TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I: The Cultural History of Aboriginal Media in Canada
1: First Peoples’ Television in Canada: Origins of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network by Lorna Roth
2: Clear Signals: Learning and Maintaining Aboriginal Languages through Television by Jennifer David

Part II: APTN and Indigenous Screen Cultures
3: Aboriginal Journalism Practices as Deep Democracy: APTN National News by Sigurjón Baldur Hafsteinsson
4: APTN and Its Audiences by Marian Bredin
5: Aboriginal Media on the Move: An Outside Perspective on APTN by Kerstin Knopf
6: Regina’s Moccasin Flats: A Landmark in the Mapping of Urban Aboriginal Culture and Identity by Christine Ramsay

Part III: Transforming Technologies and Emerging Media Circuits
7: Co-producing First Nations’ Narratives: The Journals of Knud Rasmussen by Doris Baltruschat
8: Wearing the White Man’s Shoes: Two Worlds in Cyberspace by Mike Patterson
9: Taking a Stance: Aboriginal Media Research as an Act of Empowerment by Yvonne Poitras Pratt

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