Indigenous Studies

With over 200 books published, UTP has a vast collection of books in Indigenous Studies. Scroll down to browse our collection.

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Featured Title

Voicing Identity: Cultural Appropriation and Indigenous Issues

Edited by John Borrows and Kent McNeil

Written by leading Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, Voicing Identity examines the issue of cultural appropriation in the contexts of researching, writing, and teaching about Indigenous peoples. This book grapples with the questions of who is qualified to engage in these activities and how this can be done appropriately and respectfully.

Featured Indigenous Authors

Books all Canadians Should Read

Open Access Books

Open access (OA) offers a wide range of benefits to authors, readers, and libraries – most notably by providing readers anywhere, anytime, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research.

Words Have a Past

Jane Griffith

Indigenous Women's Writing and the Cultural Study of Law

Cheryl Suzack

Indigenous Law

On Treaty Rights

Indigenous Art & Culture

Indigenous History

Indigenous Languages

Indigenous Research

Indigenous Politics

Crime and Criminal Justice

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