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Image from the Africana Age exhibit from the Schomburg Center for Research on Black Culture, NYPL.

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This guide is designed to help you identify resources relevant to work in Africana Studies.

Here's a quick overview of its contents:

Books - Places to find books and primary sources

Articles - Places to find journal and news articles in Africana or African American Studies

Material Culture - Resources relevant to courses in African art, archaeology, and material culture

Primary sources - Resources created by participants in historic events, eras, and social movements

Web Resources - Online research collections, gateways to resources, and key blogs

Citing Sources - How to cite the work you use in your research

See Also - Other research guides you might consult

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