Library Spotlight | Bibliography of Native North Americans

New Resource Alert: Bibliography of Native North Americans 

The Library is committed to amplifying Indigenous voices and worldviews. One of the ways we do this through the development of Library collections that include Indigenous authors and filmmakers. This fall we are happy to add EBSCO’s Bibliography of Native North Americans to our online resource collection.

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This database is the largest index to scholarly and community publications on Indigenous subjects. Search the literature for topics related to history, culture, health, education, government and daily life. BNNA provides indexing for more than 190,000 citations to books, essays, journal articles and government documents published in the United States and Canada. Dates of content coverage range from the 16th century to the present.  

This resource is a great place to see how you can add indigenous voices and worldview to your courses!