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More information on Comparative Ethnic Studies at Washington State University is available through the Department of Comparative Ethnic Studies.

For links to online resources, reference books, and websites related to this topic, please click on the appropriate tab at the top of this page.

To locate books related to your topic, search the Griffin Catalog.

Use WSU WorldCat for a general overview of available monographs, articles, Internet resources, and AV materials to inform your research. 

For research assistance related to Comparative Ethnic Studies, please contact Gabriella Reznowski.


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Department News

CES Professors David Leonard and Carmen Lugo-Lugo have recently published Latino History and Culture: an encyclopedia.This excellent new reference work is available in the Terrell Library Reference area. To go to the WSU Worldcat record for this title, please click on the link below:

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