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Africana Studies

Africana Studies

This research guide is structured around the resources and tools suggested for the study of Africana Studies. This guide, while by no means comprehensive, is intended to be a starting point for scholars interested in the subject and looking for assistance in understanding the subject and wealth of information associated. For the purposes of this guide, Africana Studies is limited to the study of Africa and the Diaspora in a variety of areas of interest including, but not limited to: Science, History, Philosophy, Art and Literature, and Social Sciences.

Department of Africana & Puerto Rican/Latino Studies: Home

Subject Librarian: Lisa Finder. Questions? Need Help? Email Me

Library Homepage

It's best to bookmark the library home page  on your own computer or device. 

From here you navigate One Search, link to the list of databases, configure your NetID and password, utilize Hunter's link to Google Scholar, and find Research Guides. 

Activating Your Card

Your Hunter College ID Card is Your OneCard

The first thing you should do is stop by the Circulation Desk in any of our Libraries to activate your card and your account.

Your Hunter Student ID Card/OneCard is your all-access pass to library resources including borrowing books, checking out laptop computers, printing, photocopying and more. It can also be used for a lot of campus-wide resources, so hang on to it and bring it with you everywhere!

You can also find your Library Barcode on the back of your ID. When asked for a Library Barcode and password, enter the number in both the Barcode and Password fields. Your Barcode is your Password unless you change it.