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Xwi7xwa Library: Indigenous Librarianship

 

Xwi7xwa Library is committed to furthering the research and development of Indigenous librarianship.

Indigenous librarianship unites the discipline of librarianship with Indigenous approaches to knowledge, theory, and research methodology. It has a developing bibliography and local, national, and international professional associations devoted to its growth. A focus of Indigenous librarianship is the provision of culturally relevant library and information collections and services by Indigenous people.

  • Burns, Kathleen, Doyle, Ann, Joseph, Gene, & Krebs, Allison. (2010). Indigenous Librarianship. In Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences (3rd Edition) (pp. 2330-2346). Taylor & Francis.

To view the entire Indigenous Librarianship collection, select "Titles" under "This Collection" or click here.

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The accompanying image was designed by Tsimshian artist Glen Wood. For more information on the logo, visit the First Nations House of Learning Publications collection.

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