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Africana Studies
by Bridget Faricy-Beredo - Last Updated Feb 13, 2014
This is a guide to resources for Africana Studies.
American Ethnicity (PDF)
by Wade Lee - Last Updated May 31, 2011
Pathfinder for doing research on American Ethnic groups and identities.
Diversity - On Campus & In the Library
by Wade Lee - Last Updated Apr 10, 2014
A guide to ethnic and diversity related resources in and around the UT community for students, staff, faculty and librarians.
Gypsies (Romanies) & Travelers Exhibit
by Wade Lee - Last Updated Jun 14, 2011
Information about contemporary and historical Gypsy (Romany) and Traveler cultures.
HED 5910 -- Diversity Beginnings
by Gerald Natal - Last Updated Oct 17, 2014
Resources to support the Diversity Beginnings online certificate course
HON 4950 Harlem Renaissance
by Wade Lee - Last Updated Feb 14, 2014
Created for the students of Prof. Mary Templin's Honors Interdisciplinary Seminar on the Harlem Renaissance, but useful to all researchers of this period.
Jazz Studies (PDF)
by Thomas Atwood - Last Updated May 31, 2011
Pathfinder for doing research in Jazz studies.
Latino/a Library Resource Guide
by Gerald Natal - Last Updated Nov 1, 2013
A selected list of print and electronic resources which provide information on Latino/a history, culture and experience.
LGBT Studies (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender)
by Wade Lee - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
Resource guide for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies
Men in Nursing
by Jodi Jameson - Last Updated May 9, 2011
Provides access to diversity-related resources on men in the nursing workforce
Muslim Journeys
by Wade Lee - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
Bridging Cultures Bookshelf
Primary Sources
by Wade Lee - Last Updated Oct 30, 2012
Finding first-hand accounts of events (either originals, reproductions, or reprints).
Women in STEMM
by Wade Lee, Jolene Miller, John Napp - Last Updated Jul 23, 2014
Information sources for women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine.
 

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