Bibliography of Indigenous Research Methodologies
Big News!! Dr. Lori Lambert’s new book, Research for Indigenous Survival: Indigenous Research Methodologies in the Behavioral Sciences (see the cover below), is now available for purchase. Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press, published by SKC (Salish Kootenai College) Press, Bob Bigart, Editor in Chief, the book interviews members from four Indigenous communities and documents their expectations for researchers who want to work with them. Buy it at amazon.com, the University of Nebraska Press, or through Bob Bigart.
Click here to download the AIRA Bibliography prepared by Dr. Lorelei A. Lambert, Ph.D., DS as a PDF. File size is 225 KB.
Dr. Lynn Gehl, Ph.D., has prepared a bibliography of Indigenous Knowledge that you can download here. File size is 111 KB.
Do you have a resource to share with the AIRA community? Is your favorite or most useful book or research paper not on the bibliography? Please help us create a more complete bibliography for everyone in our community by submitting the citation using this form. Be sure to include enough information for researchers, including graduate students, to successfully locate the materials. A complete citation should include at least the title, author, publication date, publisher and/or journal name and number, and page numbers.