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The study of the experience of African Americans in the United States, including history and culture.
Librarian: DeLoice Holliday

The Indiana University African Studies Collection covers Africa south of the Sahara at a research level, and north Africa at a general level.
Librarian: Mireille Djenno

The study of American cultures from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Librarian: Angela Courtney

Pertains to the multidisciplinary field including neuroscience, learning, development, ecology, and biological evolution and diversity as a means of studying and understanding the behavior of animals.
Librarian: Jennifer Laherty

The study of cultures, art and people in modern and ancient times as well as the evolutionary aspects of these topics. Includes: Archeology, Bioanthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, and Social/Cultural Anthropology. 
Librarian: Moira Marsh

Pertains to fashion design, marketing, and retail industry.
Librarian: Sarah Carter

Archaeology is the study of people in the past, and the present, using material remains the things humans "leave behind" as evidence. Research regarding social, cultural, and governmental questions about the culture at hand are considered.
Librarian: Moira Marsh

Pertains to the study and creation of fine art and architecture. Research and study addresses art history and critiques from all cultures and regions of the world as well as theory, methodology and technique for artists. Specialties include painting, sculpture, ceramics, architectural design, photography and more.
Librarian: Sarah Carter

Pertains to the science of celestial objects and their phenomena.
Librarian: Robert Noel