The following interviews with Indigenous Scholars You Should Know cast a spotlight on current Australian First Nations scholarship: highlighting emerging methodologies, reflecting upon experiences within academia, and unpacking some of the ideas informing these important projects. The diverse fields and varied career stages of the interviewees echo the breadth of outputs being produced by First Nations academics.
Includes access to the Indigenous Collection - a broad scope of scholarship related to Indigenous culture, health, human geography in Australia, New Zealand and beyond. And the Indigenous Studies Bibliography (AIATSIS)
Mura is a Ngunnawal word meaning pathway. This catalogue includes books, manuscripts, journals, photographs and audiovisual material.
Please check Library Search to see if we have access, or to request a title you find in this catalogue.
Explore an ever-growing collection of resources that have been catalogued as relevant to First Australian peoples by Trove Partner organisations across Australia.
Wiley’s NAIDOC 2023 research collection
"NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for us all to recognise and celebrate the incredible history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples – who together make up the oldest continuous living cultures in the world.
Each year for NAIDOC Week, we curate a research collection to celebrate the significant contributions of First Nations people and methodologies across all research fields – free access until 31st July!
Wiley is proud to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website may contain names and images of people who have died."
The JSTOR Archival Journals and Primary Sources Collection includes the complete back runs of over 4500 full text titles. This archive does not include current issues. Key fields covered include arts, humanities, sociology, language & literature, film studies, philosophy, international relations, economics, mathematics and statistics, law, psychology, public policy and administration, business and education titles.
Multidisciplinary database with over 9,000 titles in full-text. Covers many subject areas including business and economic, health and medical, criminology, psychology, military, news and world affairs, technology.
The National Library of Australia provides advice on family history resources including Births, deaths and marriages; Mission and reserve records; Military history; newspapers and photographs in its collections.
The State Library of Queensland collects, preserves and shares the documentary heritage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the State. This guide will help you discover its collections which serve as a central point of access and programming, including exhibitions and showcases, family history workshops, language research, and contemporary storytelling.