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American Indian and Indigenous Studies: 2020 Collections Enhancement Grant Titles

This guide highlights resources commonly accessed for research regarding Native American and Indigenous peoples.

Grant Information

Collection Enhancement in Indigenous Studies

Summary: This Library Enhancement Grant program will enhance the collection in Indigenous Studies, particularly in the areas of (1) Indigenous Literature, Films, Music and the Creative Arts; (2) Indigenous Peoples and Contemporary Issues (Education, Politics and Policies, Law, Women and Gender Studies); and (3) Research (Decolonizing Research and Pedagogy, Indigeneity Theory, and Methods). Enhancement in these three areas will not only support the interests and research of faculty and the graduate students and undergraduate students who work within the American Indian and Indigenous Studies program, but will also provide new resources for the breadth of interdisciplinary fields that intersect within the humanities and social sciences.

Award Announcement

Novels

Poetry

Short Stories

Children's Literature

Memoirs

Art & Music

Decolonizing Methodologies

Indigeneity Theory

Indigenous Knowledge & Education

History, Archaeology & Anthropology

Law & Politics & Policy

Spiritualities & Shamanism

Women & Gender Studies

Films

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