African American Studies: Home

Primary and selected secondary sources for research in African American Studies at Princeton University.

CAAS

The Center for African American Studies is located in Stanhope Hall.  Visit the CAAS website for information about the Center, faculty, course offerings, current lecture series, and more.

Welcome!

Welcome to the Princeton University Library guide to African American Studies.

This guide serves as a starting point for researchers and students interested in African American Studies.  It contains information on selected resources from the Princeton collections, as well as provides links to materials that are freely accessible elsewhere.  This guide provides information on both print and electronic resources, as well as materials in other formats (e.g., microforms, films, images, etc.). 

Please use the tabs directly above this box or the links below to explore a range of resources available in the Library.

  

Reference

Newspapers

Biography

Organizations

Black Power

Personal Papers

Civil Rights

Politics

Data

Religion

Economics

Selected Digital Primary Sources

Education

Slavery and the Slave Trade

Environment

Sociology

FBI Files

Women

History

Rare Books and Special Collections

Journals

Seeley G. Mudd Library

Literature

Internet

Microfilm Collections

EndNote

Music

RefWorks

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Emily Belcher
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