20 Books on New Media and Social Justice

A reading list on new media and social justice that looks at how technology and social media affect society. Read these books if you want to know how new media impacts our lives. Read more

On Wonderworks and Indigenous World-Building: A Travel Guidebook Assignment for Darcy Little Badger’s Elatsoe

This in-class exercise is based on Darcy Little Badger’s novel Elatsoe and chapter four of Daniel Heath Justice’s Why Indigenous Literatures Matter Indigenous wonderworks are neither strictly “fantasy” nor “realism,” but maybe both at once, or something else entirely, although... Read more

Using the Digital Humanities in Indigenous Studies Classrooms

Six digital humanities assignments to use in Indigenous studies classrooms. Including Wikipedia, Twine, Netlytic. Audacity and more. Read more

Writing in (Good) Relation: How Writing Can Build and Create Community

How do we write to and for community from within the university? This article identifies key strategies for writing for Indigenous studies courses Read more

Strategic Plans for the Apocalypse: The Marrow Thieves in the Classroom

The Marrow Thieves and Education Cherie Dimaline’s The Marrow Thieves ends with a new beginning. While capitalist-driven climate change is leading to the decimation of settler nation states (and the rapid decline of the settler population), the protagonist, French, is... Read more

Writing a Research Paper for Indigenous Studies

Originally compiled for FNIS 220 These tips are for students researching creative works (e.g. poetry, novels, film, visual art, video games) in the field of Indigenous studies. If you are looking for activities to bring you out of the haze... Read more