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Contemporary African-American Writing and Africana World Literature - Oakland Campus: Home

Africana Studies 28298 & 28386

Welcome to the World of Africana Literature

This guide offers an introduction to literature of the African diasapora, including works by black writers from America, the West Indies, Africa, and Europe. The information you will find here is related to two courses taught by Africana Studies professor Christel Temple. Use this site as a resource for identifying and accessing the major texts taught in the course, secondary literature by critics and scholars, and helpful guides on reading and writing for academic audiences.

PittCat

undefined PittCat is the main searching tool for all of the materials owned by the University Library System (ULS), including articles, books, ebooks, journal articles, ejournals, audio and video, digital images, government documents, microfilm and movies.

Credit

This research guide was created with the assistance of Justin Mitchell, MLIS Graduate Student, Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh 2012-13.

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