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Indigenous Studies

An introduction to the field of global Indigenous studies


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Welcome! This guide is intended to assist students, researchers, and community members in familiarizing themselves with the broad field of global Indigenous studies. It provides access to Butler-specific materials, in addition to links to a wide range of resources, including books, digital collections, websites, organizations and much more. We recognize that this is not an exhaustive set of resources and view this guide as a living document to be updated and adapted over time.      


We welcome feedback from users, stakeholders, and experts. If you would like to provide input about how to make this guide more useful, please email Suggestions will be reviewed, and changes may be made based on institutional policy.  


Starting Points

This section includes general resources for Indigenous Studies research. 



This libguide would not be possible without the tireless efforts of Butler student Noel Garcia and Butler University Task Force for Indigenous Inclusion and Engagement member Alex Roehrkasse. Special thanks go to the rest of the members of the task force: Justin Deem-Loureiroi, Irune del Rio Gabiola, Noel Garcia, Julie Johnson Searcy, Lynn Kvapil, Tom Mould, Randall Ojeda, Ageeth Sluis, Camron Tomaszewski, Teigha VanHester, and Ben Young. 


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