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Culture Corner Research Guides: Home
The Culture Corner is an initiative of the University of Tennessee Libraries’ Diversity Committee. The Corner is located on the second floor of Hodges Library in the Dixie Marie Wooten Commons West and displays books and e-book titles from the Libraries’
The Culture Corner is an initiative of the University of Tennessee Libraries’ Diversity Committee. The Corner is located on the second floor of Hodges Library in the Dixie Marie Wooten Commons West and displays books and e-book titles from the Libraries’ collection that address a chosen cultural theme.
This guide includes resources that explore the cultures and traditions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and offer perspectives on a variety of AAPI topics and issues. For each tab, a selection of books (print and e-books) and media (streaming audio and video, DVDs, CDs) are listed. In addition, journals, databases, and websites are featured.
This guide was created to support the UT Libraries’ organizational read, which occurred during the 2019-2020 academic year. Many library staff and faculty read White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo and participated in discussions about the concepts presented in the book. Library resources related to the book’s topics are included on this guide, from print and e-books to streaming media and DVD documentaries.
This research guide focuses on conversations and discussions pertaining to first-generation college students, students for which neither parent or legal guardian has completed a four-year college degree or higher. It supports the University’s first-generation initiatives (https://studentsuccess.utk.edu/first-gen/) and includes lists of print and e-book titles.