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In January 2007, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) awarded a grant to the Penn Museum in collaboration with tribal historians and language teachers from the White Earth, Leech Lake, and Fond du Lac bands of the Ojibwe Nation in northern Minnesota. This partnership—entitled Gi Bugadin-a-maa Goom (Ojibwe: “To Sanction, to Give Authority, to Bring to Life”)—offers an exciting glimpse into how digital technology can be utilized to benefit the Museum and Ojibwe communities on equal terms.
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Powell, Timothy B. and Aitken, Larry, "A Digital Partnership: Penn Museum and Ojibwe Tribal Historians" (2007). Departmental Papers (Religious Studies). 9.
Date Posted: 18 September 2017
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