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GSF 364S: Race, Gender, and Sexuality

Suggested Reading

Students may want to learn more about various formats and sources of material on display during the class session. Here are some resources focused on these topics:                                                                                                                             

  • Archive of Documentary Arts. collects, promotes, preserves, and provides access to audio, moving images, photography, and text from around the world related to the documentary endeavor for the purpose of inspiring reflection, research, creative expression, and dialogue. The Jess Dugan and Haruka Sakaguchi photographs are held by ADA.

  • Artists' Books or Livres d'art. works of art that utilize the form of the book. They are often published in small editions, though they are sometimes produced as one-of-a-kind objects.

  • Duke student groups. A list of some of Duke's multicultural student groups is included on this page.

  • Duke student life: digitized materials in the University Archives

  • John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History, collects, preserves and promotes the use of published and unpublished primary sources for the exploration, understanding and advancement of scholarship of the history and culture of Africa and people of the African Diaspora.

   zine edited by Mimi Nguyen in 1997


Additional Resources in the Sallie Bingham Center