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African American Studies: Harlem Renaissance

This guide highlights African American Studies resources that are available via the Fordham University Libraries.

Literature Database - MLA

Because of the large literary movement that took place during this time, the MLA International Bibliography is a great place to locate information about the notable writers that influenced the Harlem Renaissance.

Books

Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance was originally known as the New Negro Movement and was culturally and artistically significant in American history, particularly in Harlem, New York during the early half of the twentieth century.

General Reference Books

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