FIRST NATIONS INITIATIVE
101 Ways to Disrupt Your Thinking
As part of the First Nations Initiative, which is an on-going project for the AAS, we present this resource of First Nations authors who write within the discipline of anthropology and aligned sub-disciplines.
This bibliography, 101 Ways to Disrupt Your Thinking, highlights the diversity of First Nations writing. It is designed to be used to create course reading lists, generate knowledge and discussion, and is a resource for developing reference lists.
This list is not exhaustive but is meant to challenge the ways in which we research and construct our bibliographies around First Nations research in Australia. If a work has more than one author, authors who are First Nations appear in bold. Additionally, each reference has been tagged with some key words. Search this page using the tags to find resources that fit an area of interest.
The list will be periodically updated throughout the year. If you have additional First Nations resources and writings that you feel should be added to this list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.