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College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
African American Art
by Kate Silton - Last Updated Nov 9, 2016
This guide is designed to assist you in finding information on aspects of African American Art and Artist.
Art of the Romanticism Movement
by Kate Silton - Last Updated Nov 9, 2016
Book Reviews
by Clifton Sawyerr - Last Updated Oct 13, 2017
Book reviews are important resources for your research because they help you to survey the reactions to a book at the time of publication and provide summaries of a book’s contents.
Countries and Cultures
by Nina Exner, John Teleha - Last Updated Sep 15, 2016
Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle
by Joan Hill, E.F. Moore - Last Updated Nov 28, 2016
This guide accompanies the Created Equal film series, hosted at F.D. Bluford Library and sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
Criminal Justice Resources
by E.F. Moore - Last Updated Sep 14, 2017
English
by Kate Silton - Last Updated Nov 3, 2016
Ethnic Politics
by E.F. Moore - Last Updated Sep 2, 2016
This guide is designed to provide students with a broad overview of the relationship between ethnicity and politics.
Hip Hop
by Joan Hill, Nastasha Johnson, Kate Silton - Last Updated Nov 16, 2016
History
by Stephen Bollinger - Last Updated Jul 27, 2016
This guide contains a webliography of resources to assist with historical research.
Homeland Security
by Stephen Bollinger, Nina Exner - Last Updated Oct 20, 2016
I Am Malala: The Story of the Girl Who Stood Up for Education and was Shot by the Taliban
by John Teleha - Last Updated Dec 6, 2016
The 2014-2015 Text-in-Community campus read selection for North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
LIBS 499
by Nastasha Johnson, Iyanna Sims - Last Updated Oct 4, 2016
Research assistance for Liberal Studies
Literature Review
by Nina Exner - Last Updated Dec 2, 2016
Mens et Manus: A Pictorial History of North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
by John Teleha - Last Updated May 2, 2017
Celebrating 125 years of History, this book is the Text-in-Community title for 2015-2016! This Guide will provide access to the resources used to author the book and other supplementary material.
Michelle Obama
by E.F. Moore, Stefanie Nutting - Last Updated Sep 29, 2017
May 2012 Commencement Speaker
MLA Walkthrough
by Nina Exner, Kate Silton - Last Updated Sep 9, 2016
Model United Nations
by E.F. Moore - Last Updated Sep 29, 2017
Music and Music Education
by Evelyn Blount, Kate Silton - Last Updated Sep 29, 2017
This guide contains a bibliography of titles and electronic resources that will assist students in locating materials for Music and Music Education.
Planet of Slums
by Kate Silton, John Teleha - Last Updated Oct 19, 2017
The Planet of Slums by Mike Davis is the 2011-12 Text-In-Community Selection for North Carolina A&T State University
Political Science
by E.F. Moore - Last Updated Mar 21, 2017
Political Science Society
by E.F. Moore, Clifton Sawyerr - Last Updated Jan 19, 2017
A guide to library and information resources for students of American Political Science Society.
Politics of the Americas - POLI 446
by E.F. Moore - Last Updated Aug 23, 2016
Resources for operation of political systems comprising South and Central America, Caribbean and Mexico
Presidential Race 2016
by Euthena Newman - Last Updated Oct 26, 2017
This LibGuide brings together important sites of current information regarding the United States of America 2016 Presidential race
Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us
by Nastasha Johnson, Tiffany Russell, John Teleha - Last Updated May 23, 2016
The 2013-14 Text-In-Community campus read selection for North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
Speech - Organic Neuro Communication Disorders
by Kate Silton, Iyanna Sims - Last Updated Sep 29, 2017
This gude has been developed to assist you in SPEECH - ORGANIC NEURO COMMUNICATION DISORDERS research using resources from the catalog, eBook Collection, research databases and websites.
Speech Pathology
by Kate Silton, Iyanna Sims - Last Updated Dec 4, 2016
This guide has been developed to assist you in SPEECH PATHOLOGY research using resources from the catalog, eBook Collection, research databases and websites.
Sub-Sahara African Art
by Kate Silton - Last Updated Sep 29, 2017
Terrorism
by Stephen Bollinger, Nina Exner - Last Updated Sep 9, 2016
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope
by John Teleha - Last Updated Sep 8, 2017
The 2016-2017 Text-in-Community campus read selection for North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University.
The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates
by Nastasha Johnson, John Teleha - Last Updated May 20, 2016
The 2012-13 Text-In-Community campus read selection for North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
The Sit-In Movement, 1960
by Gloria Pitts, Iyanna Sims - Last Updated Sep 14, 2017
Four North Carolina A&T freshmen made history on February 1, 1960 by starting America’s Sit-In Movement at F. W. Woolworth in downtown Greensboro.
Theatre Arts
by Kate Silton - Last Updated Sep 14, 2017
US Foreign Policy since Vietnam
by E.F. Moore - Last Updated Nov 9, 2016
World War I - The Great War
by Lee Love, James Stewart, Shavon Stewart - Last Updated Nov 20, 2017
Resources from the F. D. Bluford Library and the best of online instructional resources and digital collections to celebrate the Centennial of World War I.
 

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