Native Studies E-Resources


$subunit Bibliography of Native North Americans covers a wide range of topics related to Native North American culture, history, and life including archaeology, multicultural relations, gaming, governance, legend, and literacy

$subunit Scholars Portal Journals is a multi-disciplinary database with millions of articles drawn from journals covering every academic discipline. Previously known as E-Journals @ Nipissing University (Scholars Portal).

$subunit$subunit CPI.Q Canadian Periodicals provides access to Canadian and Canadian-focused journals, magazines, and newspapers.

$subunit$subunit Academic Search Premier consists of a wide range of articles related to the social sciences, general sciences, humanities and education. It contains journals, magazines, newspapers, video content from the Associated Press and more.

$subunit$subunit Religion and Philosophy Collection contains academic journals and magazines covering religion, philosophy, archaeology, and anthropology.

$subunit Early Canadiana Online is a multilingual resource providing access to primary source documents relating to Canada's heritage from the period of the first European settlers to the early 20th Century in a series of themed collections.

$subunit North American Indian Thought and Culture features biographies, autobiographies, personal narratives, speeches, diaries, oral histories, and images.

$subunit Early Encounters in North America provides access to primary sources including letters, diaries, memoirs and accounts relating to Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean for the period 1534 - 1850.

$subunit JSTOR is an archival database of full-text journals covering a wide variety of fields within the Arts, Science, and Business. Typically it does not include volumes published in the last 3 to 5 years.

$subunit Project MUSE is a full-text database providing access to peer-reviewed journals in cultural studies, history, politics, music, theatre, film, and literary criticism.

$subunit North American Indian Drama contains 256 plays by 49 playwrights. More than half of the works are previously unpublished, and hard to find, representing groups such as Cherokee, Métis, Creek, Choctaw, Pembina Chippewa, Ojibway, Lenape, Comanche, Cree, Navajo, Rappahannock, Hawaiian/Samoan, and others.