Research Practices of Indigenous Studies Scholars at the University of Arizona: An Ithaka S+R Report
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CitationReyes-Escudero, V., Boyer-Kelly, M. N., Sanchez, A., & Wallace, N. (2019). Research Practices of Indigenous Studies Scholars at the University of Arizona: An Ithaka S R Report (Rep.). Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona Libraries. http://hdl.handle.net/10150/631569
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AbstractIntroduction: This report was completed at the invitation of Ithaka S+R, as part of a multi‐university qualitative study on the research practices of Indigenous Studies scholars. The University of Arizona Libraries (UAL) joined 11 other participating academic libraries in conducting interviews with scholars at their own institutions. The results of the local study are synthesized here as well as compiled, along with the other institutions’ findings, into the final Ithaka S+R report. The University of Arizona is a large public research university and land‐grant institution, founded in 1885, and situated on the lands of the Tohono O’odham Nation. Its American Indian Studies program was the first of its kind in the country to offer a Master’s degree and Ph.D. degree, in 1982 and 1997, respectively. It is home to the renowned American Indian Language Development Institute, the Native Nations Institute, and the Native American Research Training Center.
DescriptionA report completed as part of an Ithaka S+R multi-university qualitative study on the research practices of Indigenous Studies scholars.
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