Canadian Journal of Native Studies

Title

Canadian Journal of Native Studies

Abstract

The Canadian Journal of Native Studies is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that publishes original research on issues affecting First Nations people, including Inuit. Its focus is Canadian, but articles do cover issues and events internationally. French and English abstracts are provided and book reviews are also included.

Format

Type

Coverage

v. 1 (1981)- [Biannual]

Date Valid

[1981-2010]

Language

English and French

Publisher

Society for the Advancement of Native Studies

Contributor

Sam Corrigan, Lorraine Mayer

Identifier

0715-3244

Spatial Coverage

Brandon, Manitoba

Relation

Indexed in Anthropological Index Online, Bibliography of Indigenous Peoples in North America, Indigenous Studies Portal, Canadian Business & Current Affairs (CBCA), I-Portal: Indigenous Scholars Portal

Date Created

1981

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Citation

“Canadian Journal of Native Studies,” A Bibliography of Canadian Inuit Periodicals, accessed July 18, 2024, https://caninuit.omeka.net/items/show/4609.

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