Prof. Mishio Yamanak’s article ”A College Town in Black and White: The Color Line and Fumiko Seki’s Days in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1955-1957” was published in North Carolina Historical Review vol.100, no.1.
This database contains virtually every books, Bible, sermons, poetry, novels, speeches, textbooks, cooking recipes, maps, advertisements, catalogs, contracts, laws, opera, travel books published in America over a 160-year period.
In addition to English, it also includes material in German,French, and Algonquin,the language of the Native Americans.
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OPAC(Search database)>(Purpose)Overseas articles
*To use the database,you need to log in to “My OPAC”.
*Need VPN access when use off campus.
The exhibition “Excavating the History of Chiyoda-ku: American Culture under Occupation” organized by the Institute for American-Canadian Studies, is being held on the first floor of Building 6, Exhibition Space 3 and the first floor of the library.
The Department of English Studies in the Faculty of Foreign Studies has an opening for an Assistant Professor (Jokyo) or Associate Professor (Junkyoju) to teach English-language courses and courses related to North American Studies, starting in April 2022.
“THE RESEARCH DATABASE OF AMERICAN AND GLOBAL HISTORY” was uploaded.
This database consists of the following seven titles and nine modules.
1.American History, 1493-1945 Module 1:1493-1859
2.American History, 1493-1945 Module 2:1860-1945
3.American Indian Histories and Cultures
4.The American West
5.Everyday Life and Women in Americac1800-1920
6.Jewish Life in America, c1654-1954
7.Migration to New Worlds Module I: The Century of Immigration
8.Migration to New Worlds Module II: The Modern Era
9.Global Commodities: Trade, Exploration and Cultural Exchange
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