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Native American Heritage Month: Library Resources
Literature and Writing by Native American Authors
This book is available on our shelves: PS3615 .R32 T48 2019b
The Night Watchman
Find this book on our shelves: PS3555 .R42 N54 2021
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Find this book on our shelves: PS3551 .L35774 A27 2009
Find this book on our shelves: PS3569 .I44 C4 2006
An American Sunrise
Find this book on our shelves: PS3558 .A62423 A64 2020
The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans.
Heritage Month is an opportune time to educate the general public about tribes, to raise a general awareness about the unique challenges Native people have faced both historically and in the present, and the ways in which tribal citizens have worked to conquer these challenges.
Studies in American Indian Literatures (SAIL) is the only journal in the United States that focuses exclusively on American Indian literatures. With a wide scope of scholars and creative contributors, this journal is on the cutting edge of activity in the field. SAIL invites the submission of scholarly, critical pedagogical, and theoretical manuscripts focused on any aspect of American Indian literatures as well as the submission of bibliographical essays, review essays, and interviews. SAIL defines "literatures" broadly to include all written, spoken, and visual texts created by Native peoples.
SAIL is the official journal of the Association for the Study of American Indian Literature and members receive the journal as a benefit of membership.