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ERIC Number: ED051856
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 56
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Books By Black Americans.
Collins, L. M.
The course discussed in Part I: Library Science 301, is concerned with the selection and utilization of Negro resource materials. The course is geared to the mind of the librarian as reader, the technician who shares the interest in theme, plot, and character analysis of the issue-oriented college student pursuing the leads of an assignment or simply exploring. Several approaches which could be utilized for the course are given, a six weeks' calendar outlined and finally the required readings are listed. Part II: Library Science 303, considers the bibliography of the Negro. This course is an exercise in creative bibliography. It aspires to encourage a pursuit of an idea or a current subject or phase of the black sub-culture in the United States that will evolve into a serviceable annotated bibliography. Topics for an annotated bibliography are suggested. A six weeks' calendar and suggested readings are also included. Following a section of notes on authors and ideas are: a general bibliography, a selected Bontemps bibliography, a selected DuBois bibliography, a selected Africa bibliography and a list of children's books. (NH)
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Authoring Institution: Fisk Univ., Nashville, TN.
Note: Materials prepared for the Institute on the Selection, Organization, and Use of Materials By and About the Negro, June 15-July 24, 1970