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Native American & Indigenous Resources

Guide to help find resources on Native American and Indigenous Women's resources.

Media & Communication; Women's & Gender Studies Librarian; Mexican American & Latina/o Studies

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Esther Medina De León
Texas Tech University Libraries
2802 18th Street, MS0002
Lubbock, TX 79409

Request Books

Can’t find the book you need? If TTU Libraries does not own the item you need, you may request it.

Theses & Dissertations

Search through the many dissertations and theses written at Texas Tech University. Most have been digitized and can be found at the links below. A physical copy of every non-digital TTU thesis and dissertation is held at the SWC/SCL and are usually found using the search box on the Library's Catalog.

Books in TTU Libraries

Want to find books about Native American or Indigenous women? The link below contains a general search on "Native American or Indigenous women."

Remember you can use the facets to the left of the screen to narrow, sort, or filter your results.

For a more precise search, use the "Advanced Search" to include other keyword search terms.

You can also browse through our e-book collections below. To search these resources, try different combinations of searches and keywords.

Example, "Indigenous women" and "Feminism" as a "keyword" search.


Books to get you started

The Gathering Basket

Rooted in the cultivation of Indigenous food sovereignty and elevating and preserving Indigenous Narratives, I-Collective is developing a Cookbook and Community Journal with supplemental Webinar Series to assist in strengthening the connection of our people to their food. Indigenous food sovereignty is critical because many health issues are tied to colonialism and the exploitation of resources, land, and people.