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HIST 4312 : Antisemitism and Racism (Prof. Alcenat & Prof. Teter): Primary Source Description & Context

Course guide to support HIST 4312 : Antisemitism and Racism with Prof. Magda Teter and Prof. Westernly Alcenat, Fall 2023.

Primary Source Description & Context

This page offers:

  • A link to FirstSearch / WorldCat to find information about your primary source.
  • A resource about anti-racist description of artefacts for archives, museums, and libraries.
  • A range of databases with historical newspapers, magazines, and digitized archival content to help research the context of a primary source artefact through examining ads, reviews, commentary, and/or debates surrounding a particular item or event.

FirstSearch / WorldCat

Anti-Racist Primary Source Description

New York Public Library

New York Public Library owns many historical databases that Fordham is unable to afford. A library card with NYPL is needed to access these resources.

General Newspaper & Magazine Collections

Jewish Newspapers & Archives

African American Newspapers, Magazines, and Archives

Reference & Instruction Department

Reference & Instruction Department
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