Browse Student Publications and Research - Information Sciences by Subject "Black Studies"
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The identification and bibliographic control of publications by African-American women writers in New Jersey (1995)This dissertation develops and evaluates a process for identifying African American women writers in New Jersey who published books between 1836 and 1990. It analyzes the importance of published and oral sources in the ...
(2011-01-21)This is a critical analysis of Jessie Carney Smith’s Notable Black American Women (1992) as an illustration of black feminist knowledge production. It explores the contributions of Dr. Smith to African American women’s and ...
Race, the Internet, and the Hurricane: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Black Identity Online During the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina (2007)The Internet, in its incarnation as the World Wide Web, is a network of social and cultural sites. Black Americans ("Blacks") lag behind other ethnic groups in their adoption of the Internet. Previous research speculated ...