This guide provides a framework for library research in Africa American Studies at Emory University.
Research assistance is available from the U.S. History and African American Studies Librarian (see right column) and from general reference librarians and staff (see left column).
Robert W. Woodruff Library - Emory University
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Face-to-face help is available at the Woodruff Service Desk on level 2. For our service hours, please see our current service desk hours.
Appointments with a subject specialist can be made by current Emory students, faculty and staff. To set up a consultation appointment with a subject librarian, see our Subject Librarian Directory and e-mail the appropriate librarian. If you do not see a liaison for your subject, please contact us using the e-mail form.
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Located in Woodruff Library:
Other Emory Libraries:
Departments, Programs, Research Centers:
African American Seminars and Lecture Series:
James Weldon Johnson Institute Lecture Series