How to Use the ACLS Humanities Collection: Overview

The ACLS Humanities Collection is a collection of E-Books, print books, and primary sources in the Humanities.

How to Use the ACLS Humanities Collection

Available via this guide is a selection of titles on the topic of Race in America from the ACLS Humanities Collection. The ACLS Humanities Collection at WPC  offers many sources of scholarly works that are of great importance for research and teaching, available to WPC faculty, staff and students.

Major Fields currently covered include, but isn't limited to, Area and Historical Studies in the following: African, American, Asian, Australasian/Oceanian, Byzantine, Canadian, Caribbean, Central European, Comparative/World, Eastern European/Russian, European, Jewish Studies, Latin American, Middle East, Native Peoples of the Americas.

The ACLS Humanities Collection at WPC also includes the fields of Anthropology, Biblical Studies, Economic, Environmental, Law, LGBT Studies, Literature, Literary Criticism,  Medicine, Methods/Theory, Musicology, Performance Studies (e.g., Theatre, Music), Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, Science/Technology, Sociology, and Women's Studies. 

Questions? Need Research Assistance?

Please contact the WPC library staff with any questions, additional ACLS Humanities resources, or need for assistance. 


Search More E-Books Directly

Search and find more E-Books available directly through the ACLS E-Book website.

Originally Created by Sarah Waters, former Technical Services Specialist