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Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism: Critical Histories: Origins and legacies around the globe

Welcome

This guide points to overviews, scholarly analysis, primary sources, and more. Caution: Many historical collections linked to from these pages contain language and images that people may find disturbing.

Compiled with the support of the History Anti-Racism Taskforce.
Please provide feedback and suggestions to Jane Forgay, History Librarian.


Sections on this page

        Territorial acknowledgement

  1. Overviews with suggested further readings
  2. Scholarly research: databases
  3. Scholarly works by broad theme
  4. Topics and incidences across the globe
  5. Primary source collection: "Governing Africa, 1808-1995"
  6. more Primary sources: databases for all geographical areas 

Go to UWaterloo Library's History Research guide

Territorial acknowledgement

The University of Waterloo acknowledges that much of our work takes place on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee peoples. Our main campus is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land granted to the Six Nations that includes 10 kilometers on each side of the Grand River.

1. Overview with suggested further readings

2. Scholarly research: databases

4. Topics and incidences across the globe

This is just a sample list of topics and incidences that link to related works available through Omni, the Library's catalogue.

6. more Primary sources: all geographical areas, 1450 - present

Go to the top of this page
Go to UWaterloo Library's History Research guide