The majority of our vertical files are organized according to our classification system and are catalogued. Some of the vertical files are organized alphabetically by subject. The following Word document can help you locate these items.
First draft of a working list of Indigenous Names to better reflect how Indigenous people currently prefer to refer to themselves. This document is being continuously updated and edited. Released through the National Indigenous Knowledge and Language Alliance (NIKLA) and CFLA-FCAB Indigenous Matters Committee – Red Team Joint Working Group on Classification and Subject Headings.
All volumes from ICSNL (International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages) are available here. Volume from 1966-1999 are formally part of the Kinkade Collection. Volumes from 2000 onward are published by UBCWPL (Working Papers in Linguistics), as indicated by their UBCWPL publication number.
A collection of thoughts, reflective questions and suggestions for linguists who are engaging in (or preparing to engage in) linguistic work with Indigenous peoples. By Anna Belew and Amanda Holmes (non-Indigenous and Kanienkehá:ka, respectively), Endangered Languages Project.
The Relational Lexicography project is a research initiative that aims to produce a decolonized dictionary created by speakers and with learners of under-resourced languages. As of mid 2020, the project is currently in process.
"Transmissions Expanded is an online portal to educational materials related to Lisa Jackson’s Transmissions art installation: an opportunity to dig deeper into the languages, the revitalization efforts and the cross-disciplinary thinking that animates the artwork. Transmissions Expanded gives a glimpse into what the Elders mean when they say “the culture is in the language.”"