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Indigenous Studies

This library guides outlines useful resources in support of various aspects of Indigenous Studies scholarship, particularly the Indigenous Studies program.

IS 350 Winter 350

Course-specific resources

Here are some resources that will help support specific courses.  If you have additional recommendations, please let me know.  Happy to order materials or add links here whenever possible.


If you are registered in IS 201 for the Winter 2024 term, here is a short video and list of resources that may be helpful for you. 

In-depth research appointments: Please also remember that you can book a research appointment with me for in-depth, one-on-one help.  It is a true pleasure to meet with students and directly support your research projects, please book me here.

Citations using Chicago style:

- Chicago Manual of Style's online quick guide

- UVic Libraries' Chicago style quick guide

If you are using the author-date format of Chicago style, the general template is:

  • In-text: (Last name publication date, page number(s)).  For example,
    • (Russell 2023, 101-103). 
  • Reference list: Last name, first name. Publication date. Book title. Publication location: Publisher. For example,
    • Russell, Pia. 2023. Happy Library Research. Victoria: UVic Press.  

This 18-minute video created in the Spring of 2023 will guide you through some of the best places at UVic Libraries to start your research for your re-storying place assignment.  Depending on your topic, there are many other options as well.  For example, the BC Archives and the City of Vancouver Archives have excellent collections with many items digitized.  Book a research consultation with me to get more info--happy to chat about your specific research. 

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