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Nice Crowd in Osnabrück for #Documentary Screening “#ForgetWinnetou Loving in the Wrong Way”

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We had a nice crowd in Osnabrück for “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” screening and Q&A. Thanks to everyone who came out, we hope it was a positive learning experience in conjunction with the on-going exhibition on the legacy of Karl May at Felix Nussbaum Haus.

Here’s a summary written by Dr. Andreas Brenne, who arranged the exhibition: “Freitag Abend im Museumsquartier Osnabrück: Red Haircrow – Forget Winnetou/Loving in the wrong way (Film und Diskussion) Ein anregender Abend im vollbesetzten Haus. Mit dabei: zahlreiche Lehrende und Studierende der Uni Osnabrück (Institut für Amerikanistik, Institut für Sozialwissenschaft) und der Autor und Produzent des Films Red Haircrow (Autor, Psychologe, Filmemacher und Koch). Ein eindringlicher und in seiner Direktheit beeindruckenden Dokumentarfilm gab er den in Deutschland ansässigen Native Americans eine Stimme und präsentierte kontroverse Positionen und Perspektiven auf das Thema „Herkunft und kulturelle Identität“.

Kein Infotainment a la Michael Moore sondern…

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“Can you #copyright #culture?” Article & Video from dBs Studios #Berlin

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From the event March 13, in the on-going series of discussions, dBs Dialogues in Berlin, at the dBs Film & Music School. Can you copyright culture?  5 Things We learned:

  1. You can love in the wrong way
  2. We should watch our privilege
  3. The digital age is blurring cultural lines
  4. Diversity is essential to understanding
  5. Change is a personal choice

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The publishing jungle — K.I.N. Knowledge in Indigenous Networks

In our last post about publishing we briefly mentioned to watch out for predatory journals. In this blog I will not name any predatory journals or publishers for fear of being sued, but they are not hard to find on the net. There is the saying, “If it is too good to be true then […]

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27/02/2019 · 19:12

Review of Tuai — Kate Fullagar

Tuai: A Traveller in Two Worlds. By Alison Jones and Kuni Kaa Jenkins. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2017. Pp. 288. NZD$45.00 paper. This lushly-presented, award-winning book is a biography of a commonly cited but little researched early Māori globetrotter. Tuai was a Ngare Raumati chief from what Europeans named the Bay of Islands. Born around […]

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16/01/2019 · 14:44

Archival #Audio Now Available – “Forget #Winnetou! How projections become reality” at the TRAFO Ideenkongress

Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way

Red Haircrow’s conversation on “Forget #Winnetou! How projections become reality” at the TRAFO – Modelle für Kultur im Wandel Ideenkongress in Halle (Saale) in September now available. http://audio-archive.com/#/talk/1872

Event: How to Speak of the Land. 168 narratives to a question

Keyword: Indigenous traditions

Recorded: Halle (Saale), September 19th 2018, 20.05, Table 11

Expert: Red Haircrow / Berlin

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