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BLST 1101: Black Lives Matter- Nguyen: Home

Welcome Class!

This guide was designed specifically to help you all with your research efforts in the BLM class here at Fairfield. Here, you will find resources within the Library's collections as well as ones carefully assessed and chosen from the web. All the books you see listed throughout the site have been conveniently pulled from the stacks and placed on the course reserves shelf behind the Circulation Desk. Hopefully, the resources gathered here will help guide you as you work towards your final project. 

Please feel free to email me directly with any research related questions! If you'd like to schedule a one-on-one research appointment with me, please do so via this link. My appointment hours are as follows:

M 6pm-8pm, Tu 6pm-8pm, W 12pm-1pm, Th 2pm-3pm, and F 1pm-2pm.

Best of luck this semester!

-Matthew Blaine

Reference & Outreach Librarian, DiMenna-Nyselius Library

Course Readings Available Through the Library

Required Textbook

Your required textbook is available FREE from the Library as an ebook!

Recommended Reading References

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