“After the Return: Digital Repatriation and the Circulation of Indigenous Knowledge.” The volume brings together scholars from diverse anthropological fields, indigenous communities, and collecting institutions to discuss best practices and case studies of digital repatriation in order to theorize the broad impacts of such processes in relation to: linguistic revitalization of endangered languages, cultural revitalization of traditional practices, ETC.
#GIS Based Approach for #Municipal #RenewableEnergy Planning to Support #PostEarthquake Revitalization: A #Japan Case Study #ZeroEnergyHouses #SolarEnergy #WindEnergy #Biomass https://adalidda.net/posts/p5ygCAdWiSZvh9wLJ/gis-based-approach-for-municipal-renewable-energy-planning
Case study article: Revitalization of Borobudur: Heritage tourism promotion and local community empowerment in cultural industries, 2011, ICOMOS. See in particular the local manufacture of tourist souvenirs. Available free from: http://openarchive.icomos.org/1271/
Lights on Market Street A Case Study on Arts and Culture Revitalization Initiatives
Michelle Jacob, Yakama, employs ethnographic case studies to demonstrate the tension between reclaiming traditional cultural practices and adapting to change. It's about revitalization and healing, sign me up.