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Tips for doing primary research
- What is the procedure for adding courses to the curriculum?
- Who would collect and preserve that information?
- How old is the term Africana Studies? Could there be an older, obsolete term that you could use to retrieve older materials?
The University Archives are housed in Special Collections, and will be an important part of your research. Please explore their website to learn more about their hours and the procedures for requesting and using material.
The Office of Institutional Research is the place to go to learn more about Lehigh's demographic history.
Heather Simoneau <p> Humanities Librarian </p>
Subjects: Africana Studies
, American Studies
, Art & Architecture
, Asian Studies
, Health, Medicine, & Society
, Latin American Studies
, Modern Languages & Literatures