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Indigenous Studies

A research guide for finding high-quality resources about Indigenous topics

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Welcome to the Indigenous Studies Research Guide

Indigenous Studies is a broad interdisciplinary approach to key topics in the historical, social, political, and cultural dimensions of Indigenous life. Use this guide to find articles, books, documents, websites and other resources related to your research topic.

Featured Resources

Indigenous Foundations (UBC)
An information resource on key topics relating to the histories, politics, and cultures of the Indigenous peoples of Canada.

Indigenous Writes: A Guide to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Issues in Canada by Chelsea Vowel (2016).

Elements of Indigenous style : a guide for writing by and about Indigenous Peoples by Gregory Younging (2018).

A Concise History of Canada's First Nations by Olivia Patricia Dickason; William Newbigging (2015).

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* Thank you to UBC Library from whom I drew inspiration for this LibGuide.

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