400 Years Guest Lecture
Concordia University, February 16, 2021


400 Years Project shares history of Indigenous photography at Museum of the Cherokee Indian


Photoville Festival – Made in Land: Spoken Memories


Mountain Xpress: The 400 Years Project celebraties Indigenous Photographers

High Country News & 400 Years feature of Jennie Ross Cobb

Awarded the 2021 Howard Chapnick Grant

NPR: This Photographer Pairs New And Old Images To Converse With Greenland's Colonial Past

Native America Calling: 400 years photography project

Main Street on Prairie Public NewsRoom: 400 Years Project Aims to Tell More Accurate Story of Native Life

aPhotoEditor: The Daily Edit – 400 Years Project

National Geographic: Indigenous Americans face higher mortality rates from COVID-19. How have tribal communities responded to vaccination efforts?

The Cherokee One Feather: EBCI Photographers featured in The 400 Years Project

NPR:  The 400 Years Project Looks At Native American Identity Through The Native Lens

BuzzFeed: 9 Photo Stories That Will Change Your View Of The World

PetaPixel: Great Reads in Photography

Presentation at American Photography Archives Group
please contact APAG for recording

Presentation at Storytelling for Change Summit
please contact PWB for recording

Related Books

Through a Native Lens: American Indian Photography

Nicole Dawn Stratham
University of Oklahoma Press, 2020

For a Love of His People: The Photography of Horace Poolaw

National Museum of the American Indian in association with
Yale University Press, 2014

Lines and Lineage

Tomas Van Houtryve
Radius Books, 2019

Partial Recall
With Essays on Photographs of Native North Americans

Edited by Lucy R. Lippard
The New Press
New York, 1992

Beyond the Reach of Time and Change
Native American Reflections on the Frank A. Rinehart Photography Collection

Edited by Simon J. Oritz
The University of Arizona Press, 2004

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