Books & Journal Articles
- Making a noise! : aboriginal perspectives on art, art history, critical writing and community
- Kanaka Hawai'i cartography : hula, navigation, and oratory
- God's red son : the Ghost Dance religion and the making of modern America
- Secwépemc people, land, and laws = Yerí7 re Stsq̓ey̓s-kucw
- Unikkaaqtuat : an introduction to traditional Inuit myths and legends
- The Winona LaDuke reader : a collection of essential writings
- From Sand Creek
- Residential schools and reconciliation : Canada confronts its history
- Raphaël Lemkin and the concept of genocide
- Threads of my life : the story of Hilaria Supa Huamán, a rural Quechua woman
Journal articles databases
- Start with the databases with the First Nations perspective and then to move on to "disciplinary" sources relevant to your topic.
- Significant databases for this discipline:
- For a general, multi-disciplinary database, consult Academic Search Complete (be sure to limit your search to "scholarly" articles by using the "refine search" button).
- Human Relations Area Files (eHRAF) - Covers the cultures of the world. Full-text data on world archaeological traditions. The database uses a classification scheme to organize topics, which works better than keywords in the databases. Tip: Start by checking the "HRAF Collection of Ethnography (Compete Collection) " - list of all cultures in the collection, both microfiche & online, as well as a list of "Forthcoming Cultures".
- For Canadian angle, be sure to search CBCA Complete, Canadian Research Index (govt. rpts.), Canadian Newsstream, Globe & Mail Canada's Heritage from 1844, Globe and Mail Newspaper (1991 to current), LawSource, or Other legal/crim databases list.
- Early Canadiana Online & Early Encounters in North America -- for primary sources
- Google Scholar -- access Google Scholar through the SFU library to access electronic books and journals licensed for you by SFU.
- Journal articles and databases -- use the pulldown menu for a discipline for a listing of relevant databases.
- Finding theses
- For Primary documents, check the guide to Primary sources
- How to Find Journal Articles. A guide to search journal indexes and databases to find articles on your topic
- Moving from Citation to Article. You've got the citation of an article -- now how do you find it in the Library, online, or at another library?
- What is a Scholarly Journal? Learn how to distinguish academic and popular journals