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Indigenous Research Methodologies
Welcome to the Guide for Native American Studies
In this guide, you will find print and digital resources related to Native American Studies.
Other relevant research guides that may be of interest are:
UMaine Courses & Resources
Native American Studies Program
Comparative study of the cultures, history, and contemporary life of the aboriginal peoples and nations of North America, with a focus on the Wabanaki tribes.
NAS Minor: Required Courses
-NAS 101: Introduction to Native American Studies
-NAS 102: Introduction to Wabanaki Culture, History, and Contemporary Issues
-A class in Native American Studies at the 400 level Credits
NAS Minor Elective Courses
A selection of courses from Anthropology, History, Native American Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies.
Committed to building and sustaining a mutually beneficial relationship between the University of Maine and Native American communities, the Wabanaki Center is a gathering place for indigenous scholars engaged in advancing Wabanaki studies through teaching, research and publication.
Hudson Museum @ The University of Maine
Permanent collection emphasizes ethnographic and archaeological objects, including artifacts from North, Central and South America; Oceania; and New Guinea.
Maine Folklife Center
Main state repository for folklore and oral history projects. Includes collection of Wabanaki tales.
Communication & Journalism
Native American Studies
5729 Fogler Library · University of Maine · Orono, ME 04469-5729 ; (207) 581-1673