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Asian American Studies Subject Guide — AMST 1700: American Landscapes (Asian American Communities) - Waterbury

Overview

U.S. Census Asian Population Map: 2010 CensusThis guide supports the research requirements for AMST 1700. It identifies resources for Asian American ethnicities, providing subject heading and direct links to eBooks and those within the UConn collection.

 

 

 

 

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For tips on how to find articles for specific ethnic/nationality groups, See the page, Finding Articles using Databases

For a list of online resources for specific ethnic/nationality groups, See the page, Online Resources

Useful Links:

Some UConn Books by Ethnicity

Books at Waterbury and other UConn campuses. Note subject headings to identify additional titles.

Subject Headings:

Books at Waterbury and other UConn campuses. Note subject headings to identify additional titles.

Subject Headings:

Books at Waterbury and other UConn campuses. Note subject headings to identify additional titles.

Subject Headings:

Books at Waterbury and other UConn campuses. Note subject headings to identify additional titles.

Subject Headings:

Books at Waterbury and other UConn campuses. Note subject headings to identify additional titles.

Subject Headings:

Books at Waterbury and other UConn campuses. Note subject headings to identify additional titles.

Subject Headings:

Books at Waterbury and other UConn campuses. Note subject headings to identify additional titles.

Subject Headings:

Contact Information

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Requesting Books from other Libraries

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