FYE 1033: Multicultural Memories: A Literary Journey Toward Self-Discovery
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Dictionaries & Encyclopedias
Dassanowsky, R., & Lehman, J. (2000). Gale encyclopedia of multicultural America. Detroit: Gale Group.
This works examines “specific minority and ethnic groups in the United States, with an emphasis on culture (religions, holidays, customs, language) in addition to information on historical background and settlement patterns.”
Reference E184.A1 G14 2000
Education, culture, and values. (2000). ed. by Mal Leicester, Celia Modgil and Sohan Modgil. New York: Falmer Press.
A comprehensive, multi-volume set which includes such topics as multicultural education and educational sociology.
Reference LB17.E24 2000
Voices of multicultural America: Notable speeches delivered by African, Asian, Hispanic, and Native Americans, 1790–1995. (1996). ed. by Deborah Gillan Straub. New York: Gale.
Reference PS663.M55V64 1996
Welsch, J. R., & Adams, J. Q. (2005). Multicultural films: A reference guide. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press.
Reference PN1995.9.M56 W45 2005
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