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ETHN1890H Introduction to American Indian Studies

Covers historical and contemporary issues in North America, looking at identity, sovereignty, representation and self-representation. This interdisciplinary course uses texts from anthropology, cultural studies, history, film and literature

KEY BIBLIOGRAPHIES FOR SECONDARY RESEARCH

CATALOGS

INTRODUCTION

The Brown University Library has in its holdings a wealth of material for research on American Indians.  Uncovering this material can be something of a challenge.  Some formats (books, databases) are more readily discovered and user-friendly than others (microform). 

See, also, Anthropology

                 Finding and Using Images

                 HIST1978O:  Enslaved!  Indians and Africans in an Unfree Atlantic World

                

MAPS AT BROWN

Map of the Panama Canal

DIGITAL MAPS

HISTORICAL DATA

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION