Bibliography of Scholarship on Indigenous Literatures and Cultures

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Bibliography of Scholarship on Indigenous Literatures and Cultures


O'Neill, Angeline, Braz, Albert, CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture


The selected Bibliography is compiled with focus on work published on Australian Aboriginal, Canadian First Nations, and US-American Native Indian cultures and literatures, and including other Indigenous literatures and cultures. Focus of the Bibliography is on English-language publications.

1) Selected bibliography of bibliographies of scholarship on Indigenous literatures and cultures

Abler, Thomas S., and Sally M. Weaver. A Canadian Indian Bibliography, 1960-1970. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1974.

Barkwell, Lawrence J., Leah Dorion, and Darren R. Prefontaine, eds. Metis Legacy: A Metis Historiography and Annotated Bibliography. Winnipeg: Pemmican, 2001.

Brumble, H. David III. An Annotated Bibliography of American Indian and Eskimo Autobiographies. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1981.

Gedalof, Robin. An Annotated Bibliography of Canadian Inuit Literature. Ottawa: Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1979.

Gilbert, Charlotte. Repertoire bibliographique. Auteurs Amerindiens du Quebec/ Bibliographic Directory of Amerindian authors in Quebec. Saint-Luc: Centre de recherche sur la litterature et les arts autochtones du Quebec, 1985.

Goetzfridt, Nicholas J. Indigenous Literature of Oceania: A Survey of Criticism and Interpretation. Westport: Greenwood, 1995.

Hill, Marji. Black Australia: An Annotated Bibliography and Teacher's Guide to Resources on Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1978.

Indian-Inuit authors: An Annotated Bibliography / Auteurs indiens et inuit. Bibliographie annotee. Ottawa: National Library of Canada, 1974.

Littlefield, Daniel Jr. A Bio-bibliography of Native American Writers, 1772-1924. Metuchen: Scarecrow, 1981.

Littlefield, Daniel F. Jr., and James W. Parins. A Bibliography of Native American Writers 1772-1924: A Supplement. Metuchen: Scarecrow P, 1985.

Miska, John P. Ethnic and Native Canadian Literature: A Bibliography. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1990.

Peck, David. American Ethnic Literatures: An Annotated Bibliography. Pasadena: Salem, 1992.

Rock, Roger. The Native American in American Literature: A Selective Annotated Bibliography. Westport: Greenwood, 1985.

Stensland, Anna. Literature By and About the American Indian: An Annotated Bibliography. Urbana: NCTE, 1979.

White, Phillip M. A Bibliography of Native American Bibliographies. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2004.

2) Selected anthologies of Indigenous literatures, encyclopaedias, dictionaries

Akiwenzie, Kateri, and Josie Douglas, eds. Skins: Contemporary Indigenous Writing. Wiarton: Kegedonce P, 2000.

Armstrong, Jeanette C., and Lally Grauer, eds. Native Poetry in Canada: A Contemporary Anthology. Peterborough: Broadview P, 2001.

Brant, Beth, ed. A Gathering of Spirit: A Collection by North American Native Women. Toronto: Women's P, 1984.

Brewster, Anne, Angeline O'Neill, and Rosemary Van den Berg, eds. Those Who Remain Will Always Remember: An Anthology of Aboriginal Writing. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre P, 2000.

Bruchac, Joseph, ed. Returning the Gift: Poetry and Prose from the First North American Native Writer's Festival. Tucson: U of Arizona P, 1994.

Bruchac, Joseph, Janet Witalec, and Sharon Malinowski, eds. Smoke Rising: The Native North American Literary Companion. Detroit: Visible Ink P, 1995.

Burrs, Mick, eds. Poems, in Their Own voices: "Going to War," World War One, World War Two. Metis Series. Regina: Province of Saskatchewan, Dept. of Culture and Youth, 1975.

DesRuisseaux, Pierre, ed. Hymnes a la grande terre. Rythmes, chants et poemes des Indiens d'Amerique du Nord-Est. Montreal: Triptyque, 1997.

Day, David, and Marilyn Bowering, eds. Many voices: An anthology of Contemporary Canadian Indian Poetry. Vancouver: J.J. Douglas, 1977.

Dolan, Marlena. …

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