Resources

FIU Library “Indigenous Peoples of the World” Study Guide

http://libguides.fiu.edu/indigenous

Learn to quickly access informational resources of the FIU library related to indigenous people of the world. This study guide recommends electronic and printed sources for peoples of North America, Asia, Oceania, Europe, Latin American and the Caribbean. Publications and sources for the growing field of Global Indigenous Studies are also provided.

Representation of Indigenous Peoples in the FIU Wolfsonian Museum Collections

https://wolfsonianfiulibrary.wordpress.com/2016/10/28/indigenous-peoples-of-the-wolfsonian-arise-and-take-notice/

The Wolfsonian–FIU museum’s rare book and special collections library holds numerous books, periodicals, and ephemeral items with a visual focus on the exoticization and representation of the “other”-ness of indigenous peoples around the globe. The Wolfsonian’s especially rich holdings of materials from the 1850s to the 1950s portray the era of European ascendency, imperialism, and the colonization of Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.

Learn to Speak Quechua – FLAS Fellowships

The Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship supports language training in Less-Commonly-Taught Languages, including Quechua. The fellowship assists in the advancement of knowledge, resources, and trained personnel for foreign language and area/international studies and supports the development of a qualified pool of international experts with global competence designed to meet U.S. national needs. FLAS Fellows receive tuition, fee, and a stipend. For more information: https://lacc.fiu.edu/academics/financial/flas-fellowship/.

Seminole Tribe of Florida

FIU Internship Opportunity - Seminole Tribe Historic Preservation Internship

The Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO) internship program welcomes students and recent graduates who wish to broaden their education and professional experience by working and learning about the preservation of the Seminole Tribe’s cultural resources. Several THPO Sections offer interns a hands-on and unique environment in exchange for a substantive contribution from hard working and interested individuals. More Information>

http://stofthpo.com/Internship-Volunteer-Seminole-Tribe-FL-Tribal-Historic-Preservation-Office.html

Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Indian Museum. Seminole Big Cypress Reservation

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Indian Museum’s internship program provides the opportunity to explore the world of museum work and build your academic or professional resume with real world experience.

Located on the Seminole Big Cypress Reservation the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is committed to building and maintaining the highest quality of exhibits that interpret Seminole culture and history, inspiring an appreciation and understanding of the Seminole people. Five different exhibit galleries engage visitors to explore and learn about the Seminole Tribe and its history. More Information>

http://www.ahtahthiki.com/Internship-Seminole-Tribe-FL-Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki-Museum.html

NAISA: Native American and Indigenous Studies Association

Web page: http://www.naisa.org/

NAISA began through exploratory meetings hosted by the University of Oklahoma in 2007 and by the University of Georgia in 2008, incorporated in 2009, and has since become the premiere international and interdisciplinary professional organization for scholars, graduate students, independent researchers, and community members interested in all aspects of Indigenous Studies. Through their annual conference, the journal, and prizes NAISA provides a forum for different kinds of research, intellectual traditions, and knowledge practices to be placed in conversation, where we can extend our understandings across disciplinary and epistemological boundaries and learn more about the important work going on in scores of different fields and regions.

First published in 2014, NAIS, the journal of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, seeks to bridge the distances across the Indigenous world. Editors of NAIS are committed to creating a dynamic intellectual space for the communication and dissemination of excellent scholarship related to Indigenous Studies. Through this journal authors participate in the process of framing, deploying, and otherwise critically challenging the local and global contours of Indigenous studies.