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Topic: Indigenous Resources: Getting Started

This guide

Welcome to the University of St. Thomas Libraries research guide for Indigenous Studies.

You will find links to resources, both print and online, as well as strategies for research topics in indigenous studies.

Guide Index:

  • Web Resources: a guide to useful links on the web for anyone looking to learn more about Indigenous people and issues.
  • News Sources: current news sources that report on present-day Indigenous issues.
  • Books: some recommended books from the library's collection
  • Articles: strategies for finding scholarly articles on Indigenous topics.
  • Videos & Music: some recommended videos and music from the Music & Media Collections
  • Land Acknowledgments: read the University of St. Thomas's Land Acknowledgment statement and more information about land acknowledgments.

Getting help from the library

The library is here to help you find, critically evaluate, and ethically use information sources.

Our group of subject librarians are experts in the information sources of their subjects.  They are happy to work with students on research topics and can meet one-on-one in person or on Zoom, or help you via email.

Because Indigenous Studies can span multiple subjects, you may want to reach out to more than one librarian as you do your research.

Use the drop-down below to find the librarian for any subject: