The Smoke Signals Radio Show Archive Project

An Introduction

Authors

  • Paulette Rothbauer Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University
  • Amy Hadley Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University
  • Marni Harrington Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University
  • Heather Hill Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University
  • Serena Mendizabal Indigenous Studies & Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University
  • Danica Pawlick-Potts Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University
  • Dan Smoke Natural Laws, Noble International Environmental Peace University; Indigenous Studies Department, Western University
  • Mary Lou Smoke Natural Laws, Noble International Environmental Peace University; Indigenous Studies Department, Western University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18357/kula.131

Keywords:

Indigenous, First Nations, radio, digital archives, Dan Smoke, Mary Lou Smoke, Smoke Signals Radio Show

Abstract

In this multimedia report we introduce our ongoing collaborative archival project to organize, describe, and provide access to digitized audio files from the long-running Indigenous radio broadcast called Smoke Signals, produced and hosted by Indigenous activists, community leaders, educators, and Elders Dan Smoke and Mary Lou Smoke.

 

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Author Biographies

Paulette Rothbauer, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Associate Professor, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Amy Hadley, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

MLIS student, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Marni Harrington, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Associate Librarian, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Heather Hill, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Associate Professor, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Serena Mendizabal, Indigenous Studies & Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

FIMS Undergraduate Fellow, Indigenous Studies & Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Danica Pawlick-Potts, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

LIS PhD student, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University

Dan Smoke, Natural Laws, Noble International Environmental Peace University; Indigenous Studies Department, Western University

PhD (Hon), Natural Laws, Noble International Environmental Peace University; Adjunct Professor, Indigenous Studies Department, Western University

Mary Lou Smoke, Natural Laws, Noble International Environmental Peace University; Indigenous Studies Department, Western University

PhD (Hon), Natural Laws, Noble International Environmental Peace University; Adjunct Professor, Indigenous Studies Department, Western University

References

Buddle, Kathleen. 1993. “‘No Walls Can Contain It’: Experience and Expression in First Nation Environs.” MA Thesis, University of Western Ontario.

Smoke Signals Radio Show Archive. 2020. “Student Researcher Profile: Serena Mendizabal.” Accessed June 29, 2020. https://archive.fims.uwo.ca/smokesignals/profile-of-serena-mendizabal. Archived at: https://perma.cc/XZ87-JSLL.

Published

2021-06-23

How to Cite

Rothbauer, Paulette, Amy Hadley, Marni Harrington, Heather Hill, Serena Mendizabal, Danica Pawlick-Potts, Dan Smoke, and Mary Lou Smoke. 2021. “The Smoke Signals Radio Show Archive Project: An Introduction”. KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies 5 (1). https://doi.org/10.18357/kula.131.