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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.

Why browse?

Browsing journals is a great way to see the latest trends and research in your discipline's top journals.  However, if you have a particular topic and are not sure which journal an article may be in, then searching a journal database would be more effective than journal browsing.

Some students find it helpful to browse current issues to get a sense of what the leading trends are.  The journals listed below are just a small handful, UVic Libraries subscribes to many more.  

Scholarly and peer-reviewed journals held by UVic Libraries related to Indigenous Studies

Some students find it helpful to browse current issues to get a sense of what the leading trends are.  The journals listed below are just a small handful, UVic Libraries subscribes to many more.  

 

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