Stony Brook University Libraries (SBUL) has diverse collections to support research of Indigenous histories and cultures. A new library guide presents a curated selection of freely available and licensed content organized by theme and format. Coverage includes: art; databases; health disparities; languages; law; literature; Long Island; maps; metasites; museums; organizations; photographs and images; and podcasts. For assistance or questions about the content included in the research guide “Indigenous Histories & Cultures,” please contact LibGuide creators Kristen Nyitray (Director, Special Collections & University Archives, University Archivist) and Dana Reijerkerk (Knowledge Management & Digital Assets Librarian; liaison to Anthropology).
Latest posts by Kristen Nyitray (see all)
- Stony Brook Undergraduate History Club Visits Special Collections - November 17, 2021
- Event Recap – More than Recipes: A Taste of the Jacqueline M. Newman Chinese Cookbook Collection - November 5, 2021
- Join Us at the Art Crawl on Saturday, October 23 from 1pm to 3pm - October 22, 2021