French/African Studies 190: Freshman Seminar: Paris: City of Light/Darkness? The Politics of Race in 20th-21st century Paris
Throughout the 20th and 21st century, Paris has enjoyed a cosmopolitan reputation for racial and intellectual freedom . . . yet amidst the city's renowned climate of tolerance lurked the specter of French colonization . . .
Click on the "locate/request item" and click on "request" and choose your library. Please click on the tab for "request article or chapter" if you just need a small portion of the desired text.
We will soon have an option for remote/personal delivery available. For now, pick your desired delivery desk, whether remote or local. You will receive an email for staff indicating next steps in fulfilling your request, whether it be a print copy being sent, or an e-copy being ordered or provided.
Document Delivery and ILL
All Emory faculty and library staff are eligible for document delivery (scanned articles or chapters) from the Emory Libraries. Eligible materials include journal articles and book chapters from the print collections in participating libraries. Learn how to place a document delivery request.
For items that are not owned by Emory University Librairies, please consider using our Interlibrary Loan services, and/or contacting me so we can potentially purchase a copy for our collection. Currently, the amount of interlibrary lending available is dependent upon the number of libraries offering these services. If we can not find a copy via ILL, we may also purchase a title for you (if available).