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Ethnic Studies: Home

Use this Guide!

After reviewing this guide, students should be able to: 

  • Locate and use Joyner Library's resources, such as books, articles, and primary sources
  • Access and search popular databases for the field of Ethnic Studies, as well as related fields.
  • Locate films for classes such as ETHN 3501.
  • Discover information about using resources from other libraries
  • Complete steps in the research process
  • Cite sources.

If you need help with your assignments at any time, please use the contact information listed under the "Get Help" tab above to talk with a librarian.

Photo of farm worker family from digital collections

From the ECU Digital Collections. An African-American woman and wife of a Pitt County tenant farmer standing on her porch with six children. Appeared in The Daily Reflector 9 May 1949.

Search more African American History images in our Digital Collections.


Also of interest to Ethnic Studies students is the Latino Leadership Collection.

Joyner Library Website Tour

Click for Guide on the Side

Guide on the Side is a tutorial that will appear on the left side of your internet browser. It will walk you around the Joyner Library homepage while the website is still active.

Library 101

For additional help with navigating ECU Libraries, you may wish to also go through Library 101, which is a tutorial that will go over the basics.

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