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Indigenous Studies

International Indigenous Studies Topics

Indigenous Studies are, by their very nature, worldwide in scope and  interdisciplinary in character.   Libraries and Cultural Resources  have a wide variety of materials to support research and teaching in this area - books, journal articles, video, microforms, art, and artifacts.     You will find resources that focus not only on Canadian Indigenous resources but resources for study of Indigenous peoples around the world.   For additional help, contact your Indigenous Studies Librarian.

 

 

Research Portals: Canadian and North American Indigenous Studies

Indigenous Law Portal: mapping American Indian constitutions and Legal Materials: United States

 The immensely useful Indigenous Law Portal brings together free primary source law documents from the Law Library of Congress and from nearly 340 tribes in Indian country.  Indian law, which is multifaceted and complex, encompasses federal law, state law, and tribal self-governance documents created and maintained by each recognized tribe.Another feature is a link to General Resources for Indigenous Law, organized alphabetically by topic (e.g., Environmental Law, NGOs).  

Indigenous Law Portal: Canada  Covers all Canada from the Law Library of Congress

Indigenous Law Portal: Mexico: Covers all Mexico from the Law Library of Congress.

Aboriginal Film Collection

ANCS Film Collection

 

This nationally-significant film collection documents a part of Canadian history and national life, especially as it pertains to the production of fiction and documentary films and television programs on the history and development of the First Nations.   The date range of the collection is 1946 to 1988, with most titles falling between 1973 and 1985.   Thanks to a grant from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, selected titles have been converted to DVD.