Keep your research organized
Use a citation manager, such as RefWorks to keep track of your research.
Put all your references in RefWorks, create quick and easy bibliographies, build your knowledgebase.
If you're looking for another citation management option to RefWorks, try Zotero.
To find books at UMass, you have two options.
1. Start with the general search box on the library home page, www.library.umass.edu.
- This catalog gives you access to libraries and collections throughout North America and beyond! It starts with UMass but does not limit you to our catalog.
2. Or, use the Five Colleges Library Catalog.
- This catalog lets you search in some very specifc ways, for example, by Library of Congress Subject Heading. Be as specific as possible in your searching. Start with a subject search (use keyword if subject yields no results). Search by author, title, subject, keyword, call number, journal title, etc. For materials on a specific subject, enter your term(s) into the Subject or Keyword search boxes. See below for some examples of relevant subject headings in Native American Indian Studies.
Research Guides for Classes
Research guides for specific classes
Comparative Literature 791N: Native American Indians & Contemporary Graphic Narrative Arts (by Peter Stern, librarian for Art & Architecture)
Try out these databases. Comment on them too!
Books recently acquired by libraries in the Five Colleges on Native American Indian Studies.
W.E.B. Du Bois Library
University of Massachusetts
154 Hicks Way
Amherst, MA 01003
Afro American Studies, Native American & Indigenous Studies, Latino Studies, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies
Reference & Research Assistance Desk hours, Spring 2017: Mondays 11:30-1, Tuesdays 5-7, and Wednesdays 9-10. In New Africa House: Wednesdays 1-2:30, room 323. Also available by appointment.