(Wording above is from the UNT IDEA Land Acknowledgement [webpage]
November is Native American Heritage Month (NAHM)
Historically in the U.S., this month has been referred to as American Indian Heritage Month This month recognizes the accomplishments of the peoples who were the original inhabitants, explorers and settlers of the United States. NAHM celebrates the cultures, traditions, and histories and acknowledges the important contributions of Native people. Suggestions? Email me, the UNT Sociology Librarian, at Lilly.Ramin@unt.edu
Native American Heritage Month terms for browsing in our collections (examples only). These headings are from Library of Congress.
For online format materials, examples include:
Groups and people
For research on specific tribes and more
Caption: Screenshot of AIHC database, 4th tab, pictured above.
Full Text books accessible online, and off campus with your active UNT EUID login.
Subject Headings in Library catalog for film related items (example):
Subject headings to browse for artists (examples only):
Indigenous pop: Native American music from jazz to hip hop
"This book is an interdisciplinary discussion of popular music performed and created by American Indian musicians, providing an important window into history, politics, and tribal communities as it simultaneously complements literary, historiographic, anthropological, and sociological discussions of Native culture"--Provided by publisher
This Land Acknowledgement was written in collaboration with the UNT Native American Student Association. More information about their organization can be found on the UNT NASA website.