Available online from 2008 to current issue
The journal brings together emergent and ground breaking research in the field of indigenous studies within the global community offering scope for critical international engagement and debate.
The Indigenous Studies Portal (iPortal), an initiative of the University of Saskatchewan Library, is a database of full-text electronic resources including articles, e-books, theses, government publications, videos, oral histories, and digitized archival documents and photographs. The iPortal content has a primary focus on Indigenous peoples of Canada with a secondary focus on North American materials and beyond.
Note: Not all materials are freely available. Some resources are licensed but may still be available to you through Queen's Library. There will be a Get It @ Queen's button on these items.
Bibliography of Indigenous Peoples in North America is a bibliographic database covering all aspects of Indigenous Peoples in North American culture, history, and life.
This resource covers a wide range of topics including archaeology, multicultural relations, gaming, governance, legend, and literacy. Includes citations for books, essays, journal articles, and government documents of the United States and Canada. Content range covers sixteenth century through the present. Earliest indexed publication is from 1890; some coverage throughout 20th century; majority of the collection was published after 1990.
FNMEIAO is a subject association that supports educators who are teaching about First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Studies in Ontario. It provides elementary and secondary teacher resources that connect Indigenous Knowledge, history, and culture to the Ontario curriculum, including lesson plans and videos in English and French. There are also materials for teaching multiple Indigenous languages. FNMEIAO emphasizes how non-Indigenous educators should critically evaluate the materials they use in order to mindfully and respectfully engage with Indigenous Knowledge and resources.