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Finally, I discuss implications of recording and new media technologies in facilitating preservation, revitalization, and innovation of the dreamers’ song tradition; I also address emerging intellectual property concerns and protocols that have arisen in response to this new electronically mediated era affecting the global transmission of Dane-zaa dreamers’ songs. 5 A Brief Introduction to the Dane-zaa The Dane-zaa, also known as Beaver Indians, are an Athapaskan group indigenous to the Peace River area of north-eastern British Columbia and north-western Alberta.
Especially influential as a comparative theorist of narrative styles is anthropologist Julie Cruikshank. Her groundbreaking work with elders of the Tagish community in the Yukon, published in Life Lived Like a Story (1990), acknowledges the agency of powerful women and also demonstrates that life and expressive culture are inseparable. She reveals how Angela Sidney, Kitty Smith, and Annie Ned moved fluidly between “narrative” and reportage in a way that defies the genres of folklore and the boundaries between song, speech, politics, and dream worlds.
22 A colloquium on this topic in Toronto in 2008, sponsored by the International Council for Traditional Music, attracted widespread attention from Indigenous musicians and (Indigenous and non-Indigenous) scholars in eight countries. ca/indigenousIP (accessed 22 July 2011). 26 beverley diamond Part One Innovating Tradition Anna Hoefnagels and Beverley Diamond The concept of tradition has variable meanings, associations, and uses in different contexts, but although scholars have unpacked its complexity, frequent ambiguity, and randomness, it remains a designation that is widely used in most communities, especially Aboriginal communities.