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Library Course Guide for: HISTORY OF AMERICAN FOREIGN RELATIONS II: U. S. FOREIGN RELATIONS FROM 1890

Brown Web Resources for History of American Foreign Relations II: U. S. Foreign Relations from 1890:

    Film & Video:

  • Brown film & Video holdings
    Browse for films by language, by title or by location.

    Note: Films in English can generally be found at the Media Center in the Sciences Library, while all foreign language films will be found at the Languages Resource Center (aka LRC).

  • Finding Aids:

  • Hall Hoag Collection of Extremist and Dissenting Literature, 1926-1996
    A collection of printed propaganda, representing a wide spectrum of activist groups from both the political right and the political left. Focuses on the post-WWII period

  • James Jacques Robinson Papers
    Papers of a JAG assigned to the International Military Tribunal for the Far East. The collection includes proceedings of the tribunal, including trials of Japanese war criminals, as well as some general information on Tokyo during the U.S. occupation.

  • Digital Collections:

  • Cultural Correspondence, 1975-1985
    A leftist analysis of American popular culture. Courtesy of Prof. Paul Buhle, one of its founding editors.

  • Radical America, 1967-1999
    A publication of the radical, New Left group Students for a Democratic Society. Courtesy of Prof. Paul Buhle.

  • World War I Sheet Music
    Drawn from the Hay Library's extensive holdings of American sheet music, this collection consists of searchable full text, including the cover images