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ENGL 3901: Women of Color in the US: Public and Private Cultures

Cultural Studies, Literary Analysis, and Writing Librarian

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Vani Natarajan
Milstein 311. Working remotely most Mondays and Tuesdays usually on campus W, Th, Fri

About This Guide

In this guide, you'll find resources to help you with your research for Migration, Immigration and the Borders of American Literature.

  • Resources to research background and contextual information on your topic and the approaches you might be bringing to your research (see links below)
  • Places to find books in print and online
  • Databases for locating articles, including scholarly and peer-reviewed articles
  • Approaches to finding primary sources
  • Resources for citing your sources and writing in Africana Studies
  • Guidelines for getting required course texts for free via the Library

Please feel free to book an appointment with me on my calendar page, for further support with your research.


Image: Photographer Unknown (uploaded by mila ja mila). "Lesbian & Gay Caucus member holds a sign that reads "Black Lesbian Feminist” at the 1980 Democratic National Convention at Madison Square Garden in New York City. August 11-14, 1980.“ via Wikimedia Commons. CC BY-SA 4.0. 1980.

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