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Research Guides - Jane Suda

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Jane Suda
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718-817-3587

Rose Hill Campus
Walsh Family Library
Room 129

Email me at:
jsuda@fordham.edu

Guides

African American Studies
by Jane Suda - Last Updated Aug 27, 2014
This guide highlights African American Studies resources that are available via the Fordham University Libraries. It includes unique pages on African American Religion, Harlem Renaissance, the Bronx African American Project, and Civil Rights.
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Biography
by Jane Suda - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Trustworthy biographical data is a cornerstone of research, whether one needs to place a person in historical and cultural context, verify birth date and place, or introduce a speaker to an audience.
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Classical Studies
by Jane Suda - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
The study of the languages, literature, philosophy, history, art, and culture of the ancient Mediterranean world (Bronze Age ca. BC 3000 – Late Antiquity ca. AD 300–600); especially Greece and Rome during Classical Antiquity (ca. BC 600 – AD 600).
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Communication & Media Studies
by Jane Suda - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
The field of communications is defined as the theories and techniques used to convey meaning to others. It includes film, television, radio, journalism, advertising, public relations, digital design, semiotics, linguistics, and social media.
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Digital Humanities
by Jane Suda - Last Updated Aug 15, 2014
This DH Research Guide was compiled by Kristen Mapes and created by Jane Suda. Additional input was provided by Elizabeth Cornell-Goldwitz and members of the Graduate Student Digital Humanities Group. Feedback and supplemental sources are welcome.
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Information Literacy
by Jane Suda - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Information literacy combines a repertoire of abilities, practices, and dispositions focused on finding, using, and analyzing data to answer questions, develop questions, create new knowledge, and ethically participate in an information based community.
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Middle East Studies
by Jane Suda - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
This Research Guide includes selected sources which pertain to the history, culture, geography, and politics of the diverse groups of people who reside (or who historically have resided) in the Middle East.
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