Informit Indigenous Collection

An interdisciplinary collection of journals and books paramount to understanding Indigenous studies across the world.

Informit Indigenous Collection

Immerse in First Nations’ Knowledge and Culture

With a particular focus on First Peoples of Australia, Informit’s Indigenous Collection offers broad scope for critical international engagement with topical and historical issues paramount to understanding Indigenous Studies across the world.

Informit champions ground-breaking Indigenous-led research in current fields, such as cultural and language revitalisation, biocultural knowledge, and decolonisation initiatives.

This interdisciplinary collection of Journals and books gives a definitive voice to Indigenous communities in Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

Collection Highlights

  • Centres on significant contemporary and historical perspectives of First Nations’ cultures and experiences
  • Ideal for education, business and academic sectors seeking a better understanding of matters impacting Indigenous populations across the world
  • Dedicated to local content from and about Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Global perspectives with articles by researchers worldwide, including New Zealand, South East Asia, Pacific region and North America
  • Extensive coverage of current and historical information sources

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Key Subjects

  • Native title
  • Health
  • Colonial/Postcolonial Studies & Decolonisation
  • Health
  • Education
  • Land care, Environment & Biocultural knowledge
  • Law, Governance & Activism
  • Language
  • Arts & Culture
  • Cultural Heritage
  • History
  • Discrimination
  • Reconciliation
  • Literacy

Product Details

  • Records: 37,500+
  • Intended for: Higher Education, Schools, Public Libraries, Government, International
  • Coverage: Full text publications: 1977-onwards

Featured Titles

Our key titles include the following publications: