’Growing Goodness’: An Alaska Native Collection at Oberlin College
Margaris, Amy V., with Rosemary Ahtuangaruak, Megan S. Mitchell, and 23 Oberlin College students. "’Growing Goodness’: An Alaska Native Collection at Oberlin College.” Online catalog of Oberlin’s Arctic ethnography collection, object research, images, and associated video commentary, 2020. www.//scalar.oberlincollegelibrary.org/arctic-ethnology/about-us?path=index.
The primary goal of this project is to help promote and expand knowledge of Indigenous people and their lands by facilitating preservation, access, and interpretation of Oberlin’s Arctic Ethnography Collection for present and future generations. We seek to achieve collaboration and inclusivity through sustaining relationships between students and Alaskan Native communities in order to learn together.
Oberlin College Student Curators: Gabriel Baskin, Iris Bennet, Emily Bermudez, Oliver Brown, Emma DeRogatis-Frilingos, Lars Dreith, Seare Farhat, Madeleine Feola, Laila Hadar, Eleanor Haskin, Alaina Helm (Lead Scalar Project Curator), Arielle Hernandez Lyons, Eric Hughett, Amelia Lewis, Cat Mavrich, Wolf Moser, Mallika Pandey, Geena Tognini, Piper Triggs, Sarah Stopak, Nora Vaughan, Asher Wulfman, and Ellen Zimmerman.