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ENGL 3202: African American Literature: Guide

This guide is for African American Literature (ENGL 3202) taught by Dr. Kyle Fox at the College of Coastal Georgia. The course is a focused study of African American literature beginning with the earliest known examples, continuing with slave narratives from the 19th-century, works from the Harlem Renaissance, the Civil Rights era, and modern classics.

Selected Books & eBooks

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Related Research Guides

Selected Journals

Find these eJournals and many more in GIL-Find, the library's online catalog: 
 
  • African American Review
  • Black American Literature Forum
  • Black History Bulletin
  • Black Issues Book Review
  • Blacks Issues in Higher Education
  • Black Renaissance = Renaissance Noire
  • Black Scholar
  • Ethnohistory
  • International Journal of African Historical Studies
  • International Journal of African Renaissance Studies
  • Journal of African American History
  • Journal of African American Men
  • Journal of African American Studies
  • The Langston Hughes Review

Slave Narratives: Selected Resources

Selected GALILEO Databases

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