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This is a brief Research Guide to accompany African Heritage and the Caribbean-Brazilian Experience.
You will find a quick rundown of our search strategy from class below along with a 6-minute video on finding books and articles using OneSearch.
The Humanities Databases tab in the left column offers links to the databases discussed in class along with links to the ebook platforms at City College that store the majority of our ebook selections.
Start with a Web Search for Subject Information
Start with a basic search on the New York Times website to find current items about your subject.
Use the site operator [nytimes.com: brazil slavery] to quickly locate your subject on the New York Times (or any other) website.