Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Arkansas Libraries

This library guide aims to provide diversity resources and services to students, faculty, and library staff.

Indigenous Resources on Campus

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Some Selections of Indigenous Books from the Diversity Collection

American Indian education : a history, Jon Reyhner (Author)
In case I go, Angie Abdou (Author)
The inconvenient Indian : a curious account of Native people in North America / Thomas King
Indigenous writes : a guide to First Nations, M├ętis & Inuit issues in Canada, Chelsea Vowel (Author)
Full-metal Indigiqueer : poems, Joshua Whitehead (Author)
As we have always done : indigenous freedom through radical resistance, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson (Author)
This accident of being lost : songs and stories, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson (Author)
The beadworkers : stories, Beth Piatote (Author)
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Flight : a novel, Sherman Alexie (Author)
Ceremony, Leslie Marmon Silko (Author)
Great short stories by contemporary Native American writers, Bob Blaisdell (Editor)
Storyteller, Leslie Marmon Silko (Author)
There there, Tommy Orange (Author)
Lakota America: A New History of Indigenous Power, Pekka Hamalainen (Author)
Making a difference : my fight for native rights and social justice, Ada Deer (Author)
The Oxford handbook of indigenous American literature, James H. Cox and Daniel Heath Justice (Editors)
Our fire survives the storm : a Cherokee literary history, Daniel Heath Justice (Author)