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ENGL 210: Introduction to Literature: Additional Reources on Indigenous Texts
This course guide organizes many of the resources you need for completing your ENGL 210 assignments. Each tab on the toolbar provides links to different resources such as the Information Literacy Lessons and research resources like catalogs and databases.
The American Indian Research Project (AIRP) contains over 2,300 oral history interview recordings. The collection contains the memories and experiences of individuals from the 1890s to the present. These memories and experiences cover topics of culture, life ways, legends, music, change and activism within the Native American peoples, tribes and communities of the Northern Plains. While these oral histories are predominantly in English, recordings conducted in Lakota, Dakota and others can also be found. There is also a collection of recordings focused on the teaching of the Lakota language.