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Emory University
Robert W. Woodruff Library
540 Asbury Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322

Phone: 404-727-0657
E-mail: Berica@emory.edu

Guides

*African American Studies Research Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
General Guide for African American Studies
Tags: subject_guide
AAS 190: The Black Athlete (Anderson)
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins - Last Updated Sep 16, 2013
This seminar examines the roles, contradictions, struggles, and triumphs of African American athletes as symbols of racial uplift, resistance, economic advancement, and democracy during the late 19th and throughout the 20th centuries.
AAS 385: US Cold War and Foreign Policy
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Guide to library resources for the course US Cold War and Foreign Policy
AAS 410: American Human Rights Policy
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
Research guide to support research seminar investigating U.S. human rights policies both domestically and internationally.
Tags: human_rights, primary_sources, social_sciences
AAS 412: War Crimes and Genocide
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 18, 2014
Guide to library resources for the course War Crimes and Genocide. It explores the development of international law, international consciousness and U.S. foreign policy on the two distinct but often related issues of war crimes and genocide.
Tags: genocide, primary_sources, war_crimes
AAS 485: Garvey & Garveyism
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
AAS485 / HIST488R: Black Power in Africa and the African Diaspora
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Nov 13, 2012
Course that examines experiences of African-descendant peoples as they unfolded during the Black Power Era.
Tags: african_american_studies;, history
AAS490/HIST488: African American Freedom Struggles
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Feb 20, 2013
Library resources for African American Studies colloquium.
American Studies 201: Melton
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Jul 18, 2013
AMST387: A Nation of Immigrants
by Erica Bruchko, James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 25, 2012
Examines the diverse experiences of immigrants from the two eras of mass migration to the United States.
Tags: family history, genealogy, immigration, oral history
Atlanta Research Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Tags: primary_sources, subject_guide
Civil Rights Cold Cases
by Erica Bruchko, Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Oct 25, 2012
Georgia Lynching Project (GLP)
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Jan 24, 2013
HIST190: Vaccines and Society
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Feb 7, 2014
HIST495: Introduction to Historical Interpretation (History Honors)
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 23, 2013
Guide for history honors students.
Tags: history, honors, primary_sources
How do I find Newspapers?
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 16, 2013
ILA 790: Call and Response
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins - Last Updated Jan 6, 2012
Theorizing Culture, Race and Gender in Racial Formations, ILA 790 is a introductory prose Seminar in African American Studies.
Into the Archives: Institute for Pedagogy in the Liberal Arts, 2013
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated May 20, 2013
Teaching with Archives
James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and Difference Resources Page
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 10, 2013
Library guide to welcome our 2013-2014 visiting scholars.
Mapping Segregated Atlanta
by Erica Bruchko, Michael Page - Last Updated Nov 9, 2012
Maynard Jackson High School, IB
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Mar 21, 2014
Primary Sources for Colonial America
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Guide to resources for the study of colonial America.
Tags: primary_sources
Primary Sources for Twentieth Century America
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Primary source databases for the study of 20th century American history.
Tags: primary_sources
Recent literature in African American Studies
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 30, 2012
This guide provides the tables of contents of recent African American Studies journals such as the African American Review, the Journal of African American History and Calaloo.
Researching Lincoln
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Mar 25, 2014
Tags: civil war, history, lincoln, primary sources
RIL: Recent literature on Libraries and Librarianship
by Erica Bruchko, Tim Bryson - Last Updated Jan 26, 2012
Recent literature on libraries and librarianship for RIL article reports.
Ten Things for Grad Students to Know about the Libraries
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins, Woodruff Library, Erin Mooney, Chris Pollette - Last Updated Aug 29, 2013
Ten Things for Graduate Students to Know About the Emory Libraries

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