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REL/AFAM 265: What Is Justice?: Home

Contemporary Social Justice Issues Research

Your final paper will be a "persuasive, argument-based essay that engages in contemporary social justice issues." You have freedom to choose just about any topic under the sun, but you must clearly articulate a substantive and insightful argument, and your writing must engage with a at least four sources that you find on your own. These source, such as academic books or articles, must include at least one exhibit source, theory source, and argument source.

This library guide will help you get started with your research for this paper! Depending on your topic, you may find it helpful to consult other resource guides, such as the African-American Studies research guide, or the Gender & Queer Studies guide

You also have , please feel free to make an appointment with your liaison librarian (Eli -->), or drop in to see your peer research advisors (see below). 

Work with a Peer Research Advisor!

Fall 2021

Hannah Bahls and Maya Horten are your Peer Research Advisors for 2021-22!
 
Beginning on September 12, Hannah and Maya will be available in Library 146 as follows:
 
Sundays:  6:00pm  to 9:00pm
Mondays: 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Tuesdays: 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Wednesdays: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
 
 

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