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CON 101: Construction and Culture : Native American Architecture

This guide has helpful hints on where to find information for your Native American Architecture, Famous Structures, and Space/Underwater Colonies assignments.

Introduction

For the Native American Architecture assignment, the Labriola National American Indian Data Center, 2d floor in Hayden Library (Tempe campus), keeps a special collection of material specifically geared to this assignment.   During the Fall and Spring semesters, the Labriola Center is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm and Labriola material is accessible in the Luhrs Reading Room (4th floor, Hayden Library) on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons 1pm-5pm.  Library hours can change, check in advance to be sure.

Recommended Resources for Native American Architecture

To Find Overviews of issues related to this topic, use the following encyclopedia:

To Find Books use:

To Find Journal Articles use the following research database:

 

Don't forget!  The Labriola National American Indian Data Center, 2d floor in Hayden Library (Tempe campus), keeps a special collection of material specifically geared to this assignment.   The Labriola Center has limited hours, so please check in advance.

Your Librarian

Sam Dyal's picture
Sam Dyal
Contact:
DPC Library L1-39
Downtown Phoenix Campus
602-496-0315
samuel.dyal@asu.edu

Your American Indian Studies Librarian

Joyce Martin

Joyce Martin

Contact Info:
480-965-0298
Hayden Library 2nd floor
Labriola Center

Hours and Locations