2016-ongoing Sahtú Research Library
This project aims to create an online library ofSahtú-related research that will be accessible for community members and approved outside researchers – a one-of-a-kind online library of Sahtú research for Sahtu people!
The library began in 2016 and really started to grow in 2017, through the work of several researchers who generously shared their materials with one of the primary managers of the library. Now, in September 2018, the library includes one thousand references! A citation (the title, author, year, and place published) is always available so that anyone who uses the library can go find the piece. And for most of the references, the entire written piece (journal article, newspaper article, report, etc.) is attached so it can be conveniently read on the spot. The library includes research about human health, species at risk, environmentalism, land-based education, traditional knowledge, addiction, radiation, mental health, and many more topics.
- Deborah Simmons (Ɂehdzo Got’ı̨nę Gots’ę́ Nákedı)
- Alana Fletcher (Environment and Climate Change Canada)
- Faun Rice (University of Alberta)