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The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade

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Ed is available to assist students with their research needs through the Libraries' dedicated subject liaison program.  Ed is on the Tempe campus.  His office address is Hayden Library, C1T. Telephone: (480) 965-4579 or email: edding@asu.edu-- please feel free to make an appointment  I look forward to seeing you!

Oetting's Other Subject Guides

History
by Ed OettingBee Gallegos - last updated on Aug 13th, 2010
History Resources covering North America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East

African & African-American Studies  by Ed Oetting

Africa and Europe
by Ed Oetting - last updated on Aug 13th, 2010
A Guide to the History,Culture and Interactions of these two Continents

 


Human Rights
by Ed OettingJuliann CoutureBrad Vogus,Lisa Kammerlocher - last updated on Aug 31st, 2010
Military Science & Security
by Ed OettingBrad Vogus - last updated on Jul 20th, 2010
Covers the fields of Military Science, Terrorism & Security Studies
Politics and Elections
by Ed OettingLisa Kammerlocher - last updated on Feb 3rd, 2010
Library guide covering resources for Politics and Elections with an emphasis on the United States

Medieval and Renaissance Studies
by Ed Oetting - last updated on Aug 13th, 2010
Resources covering Medieval and Rennaissance Studies

 

Political Science
by Ed Oetting - last updated on Mar 11th, 2010
Resources for Political Science and Politics

 

Primary Sources
by Ed Oetting - last updated on Aug 13th, 2010
This guide will provide access and links to the substantial and ever-growing wealth of primary sources available through ASU Library or freely-accessible through the Internet

Subject Guide

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Contact:
My office is located in Hayden Library Room C1T.
Call me at 480-965-4579

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