Partners

Samisk_Vitenskapsbygg_Kautokeino_536

Sámi institutions

Sámi Archive

Hánnoluohkká 45

9520 Kautokeino

Norway Email samisk.arkiv@arkivverket.no

Website: http://www.arkivverket.no/arkivverket/Arkivverket/Samisk-arkiv

Tel.: + 47 78 44 85 60

 
Riddo
RiddoDuottarMuseat

Mari Boine geaidnu 17 P. O. Box. 143 N- 9735 Karasjok

Norway

Email: post@rdm.no Website: www.rdm.no

Tel.: +47 78 46 99 50

 
SenterForNordligeFolk
Davvi álbmogiid guovddáš/Center for Northern Peoples

N-9144 Manndalen, Kåfjord

Norway

Email: post@nordligefolk.no

Website: http://www.senterfornordligefolk.no

 

International partners

DMU-photo-prof-352_1000
Professor Elizabeth Edwards, Research Professor and Director of the Photographic History Research Centre at the Montfort University, UK, contributes to the project through her particular competence on the relationship between photography, anthropology, history and colonialism. www.photoclec.dmu.ac.uk

carolwilliamsportrait CRC 2008
Associate Professor Carol Williams, Chair, Women and Gender Studies, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada,has specialized in colonial to modern US history, Native American women’s labor history (US & Canada) and 19th century photographic representation of Native Americans on the Northwest coast.

MGP-UWA-Jane Lydon July 2013 01
Associate Professor Jane Lydon, University of Western Australia, is working on the visual and material dimensions of colonial history in the Australian context. She is currently heading a large project on the circulation and return of aboriginal photographs in Europe, a collaboration between her own institution and major museums in France, UK and the Netherlands. http://www.prm.ox.ac.uk/arcproject.html