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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. Please use the tabs directly above this box to explore a range of resources available in the Library.
Department of African American Studies
The Department of African American Studies is located in Stanhope Hall. Visit the DAAS website for information about the department, faculty, course offerings, current lecture series, and more.
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Librarian for History and African American Studies