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Indigenous Studies

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Pjila'si! Welcome!

 Saint Mary's is in Mi'kma'ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq.

This guide is a resource for research and study in the interdisciplinary aspects of Indigenous studies.It particularly focuses on Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada.

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These images of petroglyphs in Kejmkujik National Park are part of the Mi’kmaq Portraits Collection at the Nova Scotia Museum (MP0002, MP0007, MP0005)

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Current library hours (building is closed).

Virtual Library

Fall Session (September 8th-December 22nd) library hours for Access Services will be Monday-Friday: 9am - 5pm, Saturday-Sunday: closed.

Fall Session (September 8th-December 22nd) library hours for Reference & Research Services will be Monday-Friday: 9am - 7pm, Saturday: 1:00pm-5:00pm, Sunday: closed.

Holidays (Library closed): Thanksgiving (October 12), Remembrance Day (November 11), Patronal Feast of the University (December 8).

Please email research@smu.ca or text us at 902-702-3057. You can also use the LiveHelp chat box for asking questions.

For an up to date listing of all library services currently being offered please check https://smu.ca/virtualuniversity/library-services-online.html