Canadian Journal Of Native Studies
In order to further the teaching, research and communications functions of Native Studies, the members of the Department (faculty, staff and students) work closely with the Society for the Advancement of Native Studies. The Society publishes an internationally recognized periodical, The Canadian Journal of Native Studies (ISSN 0715-3244), and encourages research and communication in Native Studies.
The Department of Native Studies launched the CJNS, which was the first Native Studies journal in Canada and is now the premier international journal of Native Studies in the world. The CJNS is also the only Native Studies journal in the world which is available in full text online.
Both current and back issues to the journal are available from Bearpaw Publishing. These journals are indexed in numerous databases and hardcover indexes, a clear indication of their importance to the field of Native Studies. As such, these publications will prove to be a valuable addition to any library or collector devoted to developing a collection in this area.
- ISSN 0715-3244 Individuals: $30.00
- ISSN 0715-3244 Institutions: $42.00
Dr. Lorraine Mayer, Editor firstname.lastname@example.org or 204 727-9713
Mrs. Janice Mahoney, Office Assistant Mahoney@brandonu.ca or 204 727-9790