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Harlem Renaissance: Overview

ENG 201A, Dr. Bucher

Welcome

 

Click on one of the tabs above - Art, Literature, Music, Places, Theorists - for more tools and sources specific to each area.

 

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Journals

Need to know if a particular magazine or journal is available at Berry?

The Journal Locator provides point-of-entry information for journals, newspapers, magazines, and all other periodicals currently available through Memorial Library for the faculty, staff and students of Berry College.

Passwords

Using electronic resources off campus or via your own internet provider (an iPhone, for example)? You may be prompted for your Berry username and password. 

Interlibrary Loan

Need books and articles Memorial Library doesn't have?

We can get them for you through interlibrary loan. You'll need to set up an ILLiad account (below) and have detailed information about the items you need. Be sure to have a lead time of at least two weeks. There's no charge to you.

Outside Harlem

Find Articles

Need a starting place to look for articles on the Harlem Renaissance?

Google Scholar enables you to search specifically for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts, and technical reports from all broad areas of research. Be sure to set your preferences to display Berry-provided full-text links when you're off campus.

Getting Started

Need a general overview resource on the Harlem Renaissance? Check out some of these print books & e-books.