Update #1: Research at the Schomburg

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be conducting research at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture beginning on June 27th. I’ve spent the last few weeks of research scouring the research database in preparation ¬†for my visit. The Schomburg works in conjunction with numerous other New York Public Libraries, so I’ve compiled a list of resources from other branches which will be delivered to the Schomburg upon arrival. I’ve amassed a healthy list of titles ranging from a textbook on the #BlackLivesMatter movement itself, the significance of music in social protest, and handbooks on the methodology of content analysis. While researching at the Schomburg Center, I will also have access to special collections resources in the Resources and Reference Division as well as the Moving Images and Recorded Sound Division.

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