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Institute of African American Research (IAAR): Home

This guide gathers materials relevant to the research supported by the UNC Chapel Hill Institute of African American Research.

Welcome

 

Welcome to the IAAR research guide! UNC Chapel Hill's Institute of African American Research supports research in African American studies across campus. This guide is the home of bibliographies and resources related to that research. Please use the tabs above to navigate this research guide. 

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IAAR History

History of the UNC Chapel Hill Institute of African American Research:

"The IAAR was conceived in the early 1990s by UNC faculty who believed that it was important to have a free-standing building and center devoted to researching “black life and history.” Out of their efforts the Institute of African American Research was established in 1995 as a research unit to “foster scholarly inquiry about the experiences of black people” in North Carolina particularly but anywhere else in the US and the world."

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