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  • Africana Studies: Primary Sources | Oviatt Library
    Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Africana Studies Primary Sources Overview Reference Books Media Article Databases Videos Films Primary Sources Find Access To view materials from our Special Collections and Archives please use the Oviat Library Finding Aid Database For materials held at other California insititutions please search the Online Archive of California OAC To View digital collections of mostly primary sources featuring African American History and Culture Sites listing collections and or databases BlackPast org African American Online Geneology Records Digital Collections Databases United States African American History Collections University of South Florida American Memory African American Collections Library of Congress African American Photographs Collections Bradley Center Photographs Oviatt Library Slavery and the Law Oviatt Library Digital Collections Africa African Online Digital Library African Studies Collection University of Wisconsin African Studies Collections University of Florida Caribbean Digital Library of the Caribbean DLOC The Early Caribbean Digital Archive Northeastern University and DLOC Steve Kutay Digital Services Librarian Contact Information Phone 818 677 2335 FAX 818 677 4928 Email stephen kutay csun edu Office Oviatt Library Rm227 Floor 2 Address California State University Northridge 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge CA 91330 Related Guides

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  • Africana Studies: Find & Access | Oviatt Library
    To Guides Tutorials Subject Guides Course Guides Ask a Librarian Subject Specialists Citing Your Sources Research Instruction and Outreach Services CSUN s Information Competence Program Collections Music Media Special Collections Archives Digital Collections Teacher Curriculum Center Government Documents Reserves Periodicals and Microform Reference About Mission Vision and Values Visitor Information Personnel Departments Strategic Planning Library History and Facts Building and Floor Maps Policies WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Africana Studies Find Access Overview Reference Books Media Article Databases Videos Films Primary Sources Find Access UNDER CONSTRUCTION Steve Kutay Digital Services Librarian Contact Information Phone 818 677 2335 FAX 818 677 4928 Email stephen kutay csun edu Office Oviatt Library Rm227 Floor 2 Address California State University Northridge 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge CA 91330 Related Guides Subject Guides Researching Ethnic and Cultural Groups in Los Angeles Special Collections Archives Digital Collections Pins Cited at the Oviatt Exploring Research Topics Peek in the Stacks African American LGBTQ Periodicals Brad Pye Jr Los Angeles Sports Journalist and Community Advocate S F V S C November 4 1968 Oviatt Library Twitter ScholarWorks Twitter LibAnswers FAQ Can patrons use personal scooters inside the library

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  • American Indian Studies Research Guide: Reference Resources | Oviatt Library
    Video Government Resources Primary Resources Facts Figures Native Americans and Law Websites Other Resources What Are Reference Materials Reference materials are resources that provide background information or quick facts on a certain topic There are many different kinds such as dictionaries encyclopedias directories bibliographies and atlases They are great resources to start with when exploring a new topic Reference Materials selected list for AIS The following are selected reference materials held in the Library s collections regarding American Indian Studies Crawford O Brien S Kelley D 2005 American Indian Religious Traditions An Encyclopedia Santa Barbara Calif ABC CLIO Ruby R Brown J Collins C Kinkade M O Neill S 2010 A Guide to the Indian Tribes of the Pacific Northwest Norman University of Oklahoma Press Statistical Record of Native North Americans 1995 Detroit Gale Stoutenburgh J 1960 Dictionary of the American Indian New York Philosophical Library Finding Reference Materials You can find reference materials online and in print in several ways Searching the catalog by location Go to the Library Catalog s advanced search Enter your keyword s in the search boxes In the Optional Limits section look for the Location field and select Learning Commons for print materials or Electronic Reference for online materials Click on Submit Search Searching the catalog by subject Go to the Library Catalog s advanced search Enter your keyword s in the search boxes Also enter dictionaries or encyclopedias in one of the search boxes and select Subject in the drop down field Click on Submit Search Browsing the print reference section Reference materials are in the Learning Commons which is on the first floor of the Library in front of the Reference Desk see Oviatt Library Main Floor map Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian and Art Anthropology and AIS Librarian Contact Information Email

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  • American Indian Studies Research Guide: Databases | Oviatt Library
    Video Government Resources Primary Resources Facts Figures Native Americans and Law Websites Other Resources Looking for databases related to American Indian Studies Try searching some of these below Anthropology Plus EBSCO Indexes over 5 800 journals covering the fields of anthropology archaeology and related interdisciplinary research Combines Anthropological Index and Anthropological Literature AnthroSource Full text digital searchable database of American Anthropological Association AAA publications Titles also available via Wiley Online Library Art Full Text H W Wilson Full text articles from more than 300 publications and indexing and abstracts for over 600 publications and 13 000 art dissertations covering fine decorative and commercial art as well as photography folk art film and architecture Also includes indexing of nearly 200 000 art reproductions and a database specific thesaurus Art Index H W Wilson Indexes over 600 journals 13 000 dissertations and almost 200 000 art reproductions covering fine decorative and commercial art as well as photography folk art film and architecture Ethnic NewsWatch Ethnic NewsWatch A History ProQuest Provides a full text collection of ethnic and minority press content from the U S and Canada offering additional viewpoints from those proffered by the mainstream press Includes scholarly journals and working papers trade journals magazines newspapers newsletters dissertations and grass roots publications primarily from minority presses The companion database Ethnic NewsWatch A History provides the historical foreground to the ethnic minority and native press content in Ethnic NewsWatch eHRAF World Cultures Contains ethnographic collections on the cultures of the world past and present indexed by culture and subject and covering all aspects of cultural and social life JSTOR Comprehensive archive of back issues of core scholarly journals in the arts business humanities sciences and social sciences Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian and Art Anthropology and AIS Librarian Contact Information Email mary wahl

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  • American Indian Studies Research Guide: Images | Oviatt Library
    24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists American Indian Studies Research Guide Images Overview Reference Resources Databases Images Video Government Resources Primary Resources Facts Figures Native Americans and Law Websites Other Resources Looking for images Try searching these databases ARTstor A digital archive containing over 1 6 million world art and architecture images Berg Fashion Library Provides cross searchable access to interdisciplinary and integrated text image and journal content on world dress and fashion Includes the Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion a specially created taxonomy an e book collection and an extensive color image bank as well as other resources Access restricted to 3 users at a time Oxford Art Online Though primarily used as a reference source this database includes images in many of its entries Includes The Dictionary of Art The Oxford Companion to Western Art The Encyclopedia of Aesthetics and The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms See also the Library s Finding and Using Images Online guide Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian and Art Anthropology and AIS Librarian Contact Information Email mary wahl csun edu Phone 818 677 7078 Oviatt Library Collection Access and Management Services Related Guides Subject Guides Researching Ethnic

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  • American Indian Studies Research Guide: Video | Oviatt Library
    7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists American Indian Studies Research Guide Video Overview Reference Resources Databases Images Video Government Resources Primary Resources Facts Figures Native Americans and Law Websites Other Resources CSUN Video Databases The Library subscribes to several video databases that may be helpful for your research Films on Demand Multidisciplinary streaming video service providing access to digital educational films Current access includes videos in dozens of subject areas Ethnographic Video Online Alexander Street Press Part of Alexander Street Anthropology this streaming video collection of classic and contemporary documentaries for the study of anthropology ethnography and social psychology covers every continent and hundreds of unique cultures Includes interviews field notes study guides and footage from working anthropologists and ethnographers in the field Access generously provided by Campus Quality Fee Video From Around the Web Additionally here are some video collections related to American Indian Studies from around the web American Indian Film Gallery Vintage motion pictures offering rich perspectives on the American Indian experience EVIA Digital Archive Project The Ethnographic Video for Instruction Analysis is a collaborative endeavor to create a digital archive of ethnographic field video for use by scholars and instructors Internet Archive The Moving Image Archive within the Internet Archive provides access to nearly a quarter million films uploaded by Archive users and ranging from classic full length films to daily alternative news broadcasts to cartoons and concerts Smithsonian Institution Collection Search Center Search over 6 4 million records with 536 000 images video and sound files electronic journals and other resources from the Smithsonian s museums archives libraries Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian and Art Anthropology and AIS Librarian Contact Information Email mary wahl csun edu Phone 818 677 7078 Oviatt Library Collection Access and Management Services Related Guides Subject Guides Researching Ethnic

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  • American Indian Studies Research Guide: Government Resources | Oviatt Library
    Specialists American Indian Studies Research Guide Government Resources Overview Reference Resources Databases Images Video Government Resources Primary Resources Facts Figures Native Americans and Law Websites Other Resources U S Dept of the Interior Indian Affairs The Bureau of Indian Affairs BIA provides services to American Indians and Alaska Natives and is responsible for the administration and management of 55 million surface acres and 57 million acres of subsurface minerals estates held in trust by the United States for American Indians Indian tribes and Alaska Natives USA Gov The U S government s official web portal Code Talk Code Talk is a federal inter agency Native American website that provides information for Native American communities Code Talk is hosted by the U S Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Native American Programs Federal Websites for Tribal Libraries and Tribal College Libraries Guide to federal agency websites that feature information for or about Native Americans See also the Library s Los Angeles Government Sources and U S Census of Population online guides Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian and Art Anthropology and AIS Librarian Contact Information Email mary wahl csun edu Phone 818 677 7078 Oviatt Library Collection Access and Management

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  • American Indian Studies Research Guide: Primary Resources | Oviatt Library
    History and Facts Building and Floor Maps Policies WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists American Indian Studies Research Guide Primary Resources Overview Reference Resources Databases Images Video Government Resources Primary Resources Facts Figures Native Americans and Law Websites Other Resources Here are resources for finding archives primary source collections ArchiveGrid Includes over four million records describing archival materials bringing together information about historical documents personal papers family histories and more Directory of Ethnographic Archives From the Council for the Preservation of Anthropological Records CoPAR includes lists of archives websites about anthropologists and resources for anthropologists Online Archive of California OAC The OAC is a website that provides free public access to detailed descriptions of primary source collections artwork manuscripts papers historic photographs and so on maintained by more than 200 libraries special collections archives historical societies and museums throughout California Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian and Art Anthropology and AIS Librarian Contact Information Email mary wahl csun edu Phone 818 677 7078 Oviatt Library Collection Access and Management Services Related Guides Subject Guides Researching Ethnic and Cultural Groups in Los Angeles Course Guides AIS 301 American Indians and Popular Culture

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