RavenSpace is a digital publishing platform for media-rich, interactive books, where Indigenous communities and scholars can work together respectfully and knowledge circulates across networks and generations.
Blaze your own trail through the publications with pathways tailored for scholars, students, teachers, and knowledge-seekers.
Interact with maps, stories, animations, other media, and online tools like annotations, data visualizations, and infographics.
Collaborate in the classroom and learn about respectful care and use of cultural knowledge and heritage.
RavenSpace multimedia books meet the highest academic standards.
RavenSpace multimedia books respect Indigenous protocols.
RavenSpace multimedia books let knowledge circulate, grow, and thrive.
A Collaborative Reframing of Kwakiutl Film and Audio Recordings with Franz Boas, 1930
Edited by Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse, with Coreen Child, Kaleb Child, and Tommy Child
Dispersed cultural materials are gathered into a new digital whole, shaped by and integrated with active cultural knowledge by Kwagu’ł contributors.