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Indigenous Studies

About the Indigenous Studies Guide

This is a guide to recommended library resources, in various formats, for those doing research in the area of Indigenous Studies. Browse through different types of resources using the tabs above.

For general research help, go the Library's Research a Topic page. For help using the library catalogue, indexes, databases or other specific tools, see the How to Find Resources page.

Land Acknowledgement

A land acknowledgement should be done at the beginning of any gathering to begin in a good way. Examples of such gatherings are meetings, webinars, convocation, training sessions, sporting events and special events.Durham College Land Acknowledgement should not function as closure, resignation, or acceptance of the structural conditions of settler colonialism that remain in effect today. We hope that it sparks a desire to learn about our shared history, provoke thought, reflection and change, which are the starting point of creating respectful, reciprocal relationships.

Durham College Land Acknowledgement

Durham College is situated on the Traditional Territory of the Mississaugas and the territory that is covered by the Williams Treaties. We are thankful for the opportunity to teach and learn on the lands of the Peoples of Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.

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This guide was created by Durham College Libraries and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License, except where otherwise noted. 

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