RESEARCH GUIDE FOR AMERICAN INDIAN and INDIGENOUS STUDIES THROUGH MSU LIBRARIES
Native American Studies Research Guide
Note separate tabs for:
American Mosaic : American Indian Experience (ABC-CLIO)
American Indian Histories and Cultures (Adam Matthew/Newberry Library)
North American Indian Thought and Culture (Alexander Street Press)
The link to Oxford Bibliographies Online is found within the Bibliographies and Reference Tools tabs.
To date, there have been 37 modules released for OBO, including African Studies, American Literature, Anthropology, Art History, Atlantic History, Biblical Studies, British and Irish Literature, Buddhism, Childhood Studies, Chinese Studies, Cinema & Media Studies, Classics, Communications, Criminology, Ecology, Education, Evolutionary Biology, Geography, Hinduism, International Law, International Relations, Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies, Latin American Studies, Latino Studies, Linguistics, Management Studies, Medieval Studies, Military History, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, Renaissance and Reformation, Social Work, Sociology, and Victorian Literature.
Although there hasn’t been a separate module yet for American Indian Studies or Native American Studies, you can use the search box to find bibliographic essays written on such topics as:
- Native American Histories in North America by Susan Sleeper-Smith.
- Native American Religions by David J. Silverman.
- Native Americans and the Atlantic World by James Taylor Carson
- Native Americans in Europe by Carina Johnson
- Indigenous Archaeology by George P. Nicholas
- Native American and Aborigional Canadian Childhood by Robert Benson.
- Indigenous Populations in North America, Australasia, and Circumpolar North by Kue Young.
- Native American Oral Literatures by Timothy Powell.