Keep Calm and Unplug

Hello friend. I am taking a three month hiatus from the interwebs starting right about now. No blogging, no social media – you know the deal. Consequently, The Ethnos Project will be on hiatus as well. I will still note resources to add to the Resources Database and continue my research during my absence. I […]


Oaxaca Workshops: Digital Tools for the Preservation and Dissemination of Traditional Knowledge

I am honored to be returning to Mexico next week to facilitate a workshop on WordPress and Other Open Source Technologies for the Preservation and Dissemination of Traditional Knowledge. The workshops (mine is one of four) will take place throughout the week in Oaxaca City. If you’re in that neck of the woods, let me […]


Digital Memory Toolkit – a free resource to assist community projects

Recently, Niall McNulty (of McNulty Consulting) and Brigitte Doellgast (of the Goethe-Institut) were awarded Best Poster at the 2015 IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Cape Town, South Africa. Click on the poster image below to see it full size… Congratulations to Brigitte and Niall! You can find Niall and Grant McNulty’s book Digital […]


CFP: 2nd Int’l Congress on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies

The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) in Mexico City, in its mission to safeguard cultural heritage, seeks to stay ahead in the application of new technologies for the conservation, research and dissemination of heritage. In this effort it convenes the Second International Congress on Cultural Heritage and new technologies. You are invited to […]


Gathering to Connect Indigenous Language Digital Activists in Colombia

Colombia is linguistically diverse with more than 60 indigenous languages spoken by approximately 1 million people across the country. These living languages contain rich cultural traditions and knowledge passed down from generation to generation. Many indigenous communities face unique challenges as they seek to ensure that the next generation maintains their native languages. However, the […]


CFP: International Conference on Culture and Computing

17-19 October, 2015 | Kyoto University, Japan Call for Papers Culture and Computing is a new research area which aims to overcome different cultural issues in international communities using information and communication technologies (ICT). There are various research directions in the relations between culture and computing: to archive cultural heritages via ICT (cf. digital archives), […]


SharingStories Foundation: innovation through technology & cultural understanding via oral traditions

About SharingStories Foundation From the organization’s website: SharingStories Foundation (SSF) works with multiple art forms, in dynamic relationship with stories, creating multi-media outcomes. The Foundation supports Indigenous communities to hold, share and transmit languages, stories and culture for present and future generations. We also work with communities to promote a deeper understanding of ATSI cultural […]