4 edition of Guide to ethnic sources at UC Berkeley, 1973-1983 found in the catalog.
Guide to ethnic sources at UC Berkeley, 1973-1983
University of California, Berkeley. Library.
Updates Phyllis Bischof"s Ethnic studies, 1974.
|Statement||compiled by members of the class L.S. 259, Ethnic bibliography (sping 1982), Patricia Barnes ... et al. ; with additional annotations by Darien Fisher ; edited by Mark Goniwiecha, Kyung-Hee Choi, Francisco Garcia-Ayvens.|
|Series||Chicano Studies Library publications, Chicano Studies Library publication series.|
|Contributions||Barnes, Patricia., Fisher, Darien, 1955-, Goniwiecha, Mark C., Choi, Kyung-Hee., Garcia-Ayvens, Francisco, 1948-, Bischof, Phyllis.|
|LC Classifications||Z1361.E4 U55 1983, E184.A1 U55 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 101 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||88215852|
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Library.; et al]. Below are institutions and collections at UC Berkeley where Ethnic Studies-related primary source material can be viewed. Bancroft Library (see Archives for more information) The Bancroft Library is the primary special collections library at the University of California, of the largest and most heavily used libraries of manuscripts, rare books, and unique materials in the Author: Sine Hwang Jensen.
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Try it now:Author: Jennifer Dorner. Welcome to the Ethnic Studies Library Guide to Online Resources. This guide will give an overview of online resources available through UC Berkeley and open-access resources for research. This guide was specifically designed to support the campus community during campus closures related to the COVID pandemic.
To access, you need UC or library log in. Organized by culture and ethnic group, with full-text sources subject-indexed at paragraph level, this is a rich collection of ethnographic material. Browse or search by tribe, using menus provided, or search by keywords and subjects.
Materials included date back to The Ethnic Studies Library Comparative Ethnic Studies Collection contains books, serials, media, archives, newspapers, and other materials on Comparative Ethnic Studies. You can get started by visiting the library and by making an appointment with a librarian to talk through your research topic, sources, or any other questions you might have.
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UC Berkeley Comparative Ethnic Studies Collection. The Comparative Ethnic Studies Collection at the UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies Library has the largest holdings of Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies related archives with over one hundred unique archival collections.
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The mission of the Asian American Studies Collection (AASC) is to preserve and make accessible interdisciplinary knowledge and history of Asian American communities and the Asian Diaspora. Terms offered: FallFallFall In this course, we will read books by acclaimed African American poets who have won Pulitzer Prizes, National Book Awards, and commendations from the Library of Congress.
We will also examine book reviews, articles, and interviews that illuminate popular and critical responses to these authors. 50th Anniversary of the Third World Liberation Front. The pivotal UC Berkeley student movement, the Third World Liberation Front (twLF), helped established Ethnic Studies as an interdisciplinary field in the U.S.
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The search terms you use are absolutely essential to locating relevant materials, which are catalogued. Over the past ten years, Ethnic Studies graduates have consistently experienced higher placement in research university tenure-track positions than Berkeley’s Social Sciences division as a whole.
From toEthnic Studies graduates reported an increase from 50% to % in placement of this type compared to the division’s. Contributor, “Chicano Sources” section of Guide to Ethnic Sources at UC Berkeley, Edited by Mark Goniwiecha, Kyung-Hee Choi, and Francisco García-Ayvens. Berkeley: Chicano Studies Library Publications Unit, Explores the interconnected issues of population growth, economic development, and environmental protection around the world.
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