This guide introduces you to resources related to Indigenous Studies.
Click on each subject tab to view a selection of books, online videos, journals, databases and websites related to that subject.
You will need to search more widely for additional material so conduct a LibrarySearch to find books, journal articles, newspaper articles, audiovisual material and much more.
Databases are collections of journal articles, e-books, newspaper articles, reference materials and more. The following databases are great places to begin your search for Indigenous material.
This full text database brings together material from Australia, Canada, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, North America and The Pacific. Subject coverage includes cultural studies, education, health, land rights, politics, sociology and the arts.
Major Australian full-text database covering all subject areas and is particularly useful for Australian Aboriginal material. Refer to subject pages within this guide for specific Informit databases.
This database provides international subject coverage so is excellent for locating material on worldwide indigenous issues.
Search across thousands of full-text journals, e-books and reference works in this database which comprehensively covers worldwide indigenous issues.
Access is provided to over 1400 full text journals with coverage including both Australian and worldwide indigenous materials.
The Ngarara Willim Centre is a friendly environment for study and cultural interaction, committed to encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in accessing programs at RMIT and continuing that encouragement throughout their studies.
The Keelbundoora Scarred Tree and Heritage Trail is a self-guided walk created to recognise and preserve the ecological and cultural significance of remaining vegetation on RMIT’s Bundoora campus, which sits on Aboriginal (Wurundjeri) land.
The ancient river red gums are estimated to be up to 800 years old; among the 94 trees, six scarred trees are registered under the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Act (ATSIA), three are canoe trees and another three are food implement trees.