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Black Studies and Sociology: Welcome

Sue O'Sullivan - your Learning, Teaching and Research Services Librarian

Sue O'Sullivan can help you with finding information to support your assignments and research

In particular, Sue will help you to use resources aligned with your studies - such as:

British Periodicals Collection (1 and 2)
Gale Academic OneFile
JSTOR (Arts and Sciences III)
JSTOR (Language and Literature)
SAGE Research Methods Core
SAGE Research Methods Video
Social Care Online
Web of Science
Wiley Online Library

For Sue's contact details, to book a tutorial, please see the Skills, Support and Training page. 

Library and Learning Resources


This page brings together key resources to help you find information relating to Black Studies and Sociology.

Use the tabs above to help you find information on books, journals, and databases.  To book a tutorial go to the skills and training tab. 

There are other Subject guides available which you may find helpful: 

Criminology brings together resources including key journals, databases and books to support Criminology

Employability Skills - to find information related to managing your career, finding company information for interviews and applications and advice on managing your social media presence and on keeping up-to-date with business-relevant information. 

Psychology -  brings together resources including key journals, databases and books to support Psychology

New books in Curzon Library

Modern sociological theory
Don't touch my hair
White working-class voices: multiculturalism, community-building and change
Dismantling race in higher education: racism, whiteness and decolonising the academy

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