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Call Numbers: Black Studies

Recommended Call Numbers for Black Studies

E History of the Americas

            151-889    United States

            184.5-185.98            Afro-Americans
            185.2-185.89                  Status and development since emancipation
            185.96-185.98                Biography.  Genealogy

            415.6-440.5              Middle nineteenth century, 1845/1848-1861
            433                        Slavery question, 1853-1857
            438                        Slavery question, 1857-1861

            441-453                 Slavery in the United States.  Antislavery movements
            456-655                 Civil War period, 1861-1865
            456-459                 Lincoln's administrations, 1861-April 15, 1865
            461-655                 The Civil War, 1861-1865
            482-489                 Confederate States of America

J       Political Science              
JC     Political theory. Theory of the state

            311-323         Nationalism. Minorities. Geopolitics
            325-341         Concept of the state
            348-497         Forms of the state, including democracy
            501-628         Purpose, functions, and relations of the state
            571-628         The state and the individual. Individual rights. Liberty

JF     Constitutional history and administration
JQ     Constitutions of Asia. Africa. Australia. Oceania
JV     Colonies and colonization. Emigration and immigration

P      Language and Literature

            PN 841           Black literature (General)

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