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Indigenous Studies

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Hannah Tanna
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Central owl with foliage surrounding it

Kenojuak Ashevak (artist) and Lukta Qiatsuk (printmaker), Birds and Foliage, 1970, stonecut on paper, 31/50. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston. Gift of Mary Robertson, 1985 (28-138). Photo: Bernard Clark.

About this guide

  • Use this guide as a starting point for conducting research in Indigenous Studies

  • This guide highlights key resources in Indigenous Studies and will help you find books, articles, videos, and other resources to to support your research process

New and featured resources

Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives On Restoring Our World  
Follows five Native American communities as they restore their traditional land management practices in the face of a changing climate. For

Xàgots’eèhk’ǫ̀ Journal
Xàgots’eèhk’ǫ̀ Journal is a space for exchanging stories, research, philosophy, and art, and unify Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, knowledge holders, community members, and artists regardless of regional or disciplinary boundaries.

Indigenous Voices: Memoirs and Autobiographies
A virtual display focusing on selected, recently published memoirs and autobiographies by Indigenous Canadian writers.

Can-Core Academic Video 
A Canadian streaming video platform with over 6,000 titles in a wide range of subject areas, including a large collection of documentary and feature films by Indigenous filmmakers. All of the titles in McIntyre Media’s Indigenous Videos university catalogue are available in CAN-Core.