Resources

The Rhodes library offers access to many electronic collections that are helpful for students researching topics in African-American Studies. For a complete list of resources, visit the library site.

Collections, Journals and Research Materials

African.Americana is a new blog dedicated to highlighting African American library collections, history, culture, arts and ideas.

American Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology

Association for the Study of African American Life and History

The Hip Hop Archive

National Council of Black Studies

The Original Hop Hop Lyrics Archive

Subscription sites available through the library:
Oxford African American Studies Center

eJournals: Africa and African-American Studies <TBD>

eJournals: Anthropology & Archaeology <TBD>

eJournals: Literature, Film, Language & Theater <TBD>

eJournals: Political Science & International Studies <TBD>

Online Databases: Africa & African-American Studies <TBD>

African American Studies Presents Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, "Come Hell or High Water, Hurricane Katrina and the Color of Disaster" (April 24, 2006)

African American Studies Presents Psychologist Tamara Brown to Discuss the Traditions and Future of African American Fraternities and Sororities (Jan. 30, 2006)

African American Studies Presents a Conversation with Author and Clinton Diarist Janis Kearney (Oct. 21, 2005)