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Basic information from specialized encyclopedias, dictionaries, and handbooks. (Full-text).
Electronic books with full-text searching, bookmarks, and personal notes. (Full-text).
Free software is required: download ebrary Reader™
EBSCOhost E-Books (formerly NetLibrary)
Electronic books from academic, professional, and popular publishers. (Full-text).
Current and historical information on African American history, society, and culture. (Full-text).
Biographies and essays about women writers. (Full-text).
Biographies and thematic articles on the achievements of black women. (Full-text).
A summary of cultural, demographic, and political trends. (Full-text).
Reports on "hot" topics with detailed analysis and opposing viewpoints. (Full-text).
Brief biographies of 20,000 women. (Full-text).
A survey of lesbian and gay history and culture. (Full-text).
Covers the "psychology of racial, ethnic, and minority issues in the United States." (Full-text).
An encyclopedia of Native American history, culture, and life. (Full-text).
Briefly describes key concepts in race and ethnic studies. (Full-text).
Profiles of individual ethnic groups and cultures worldwide. (Full-text).
An update of the main encyclopedia (see above). (Full-text).
Essays women writers and women's issues in literature. (Full-text).
Profiles of individual ethnic groups in the United States. (Full-text).
Essays on economic, political, and cultural life. (Full-text).
Facts and statistics about minorities in the United States. (Full-text).
Now known as EBSCOhost E-Books. (This cross-reference will be removed on 7/21/12).
Essays on controversial topics from books, magazines, journals, news, primary source, and web sites. (Full-text).
Covers topics such as identity, art, politics, religion, education, health, and history. (Full-text).
Resources on American popular culture from 1900 to the present. (Full-text).
Find books and videos in the UHD Library's print and electronic collections.
Key facts and statistics on women's issues. (Full-text).
A catalog of 58 million books, dissertations, sound recordings, and videos available in libraries. (Citations only).
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