Participants have presented about this project at these conferences:
- “The Digital Atlas of Native American Intellectual Traditions,” Mike Kelly, Digital Native American and Indigenous Studies at Yale University, June 29-July 1, 2016.
- “The Digital Atlas of Native American Intellectual Traditions,” Mike Kelly and Kelcy Shepherd, Indigenous Archives in the Digital Age at Dartmouth University, September 10, 2016
- “The Contagion or the Cure? Proscribing the Digitization of Indigenous Knowledge,” Marisa Duarte, Association of Internet Researchers, Berlin, Germany, October 7, 2016
- “Rethinking What’s at the Center: The Digital Atlas of Native American Intellectual Traditions,” Kelcy Shepherd, Contested Subjects: The Politics of Library Classification, Amherst College, October 6, 2016
- “Creating an Online Platform to Connect Native Digital Collections,” Marisa Duarte, Mike Kelly, and Kelcy Shepherd, International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums, Phoenix, AZ, October 12, 2016
“Networks in the Common Pot: Creating a Digital Platform and Gathering Place for Connecting Writings by Indigenous Intellectuals,” Lisa Brooks, Marisa Duarte, and Kiara Vigil, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, Vancouver, BC, June 22, 2017.
- “Giving Voice to Diverse Collections Through Digitization,” Mike Kelly, American Library Association, Chicago, IL, June 22-27, 2017
- Mike Kelly and Kelcy Shepherd, 2017 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM, October 9-12, 2017
The project has been reviewed or cited in these articles:
dh lib interview with Kelcy Shepherd: http://acrl.ala.org/dh/2015/10/23/sr-kelcy-shepherd/
“An Intellectual History of Their Own?” by John Pollack. The blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas