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MC 202: White Supremacy and Black Resistance: Beyond the North/South Divide

Dr. Melissa Fore | Spring 2021

Teaching & Learning Librarian

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Sara Miller
Librarian for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Initiatives
Liaison to Integrative Studies

Michigan State University Libraries
366 W. Circle Drive, W411
East Lansing, MI 48824


Welcome to the MSU Library and your course guide!

 Our mission is to help you be successful in your studies here at MSU and in your future educational career.facade of msu main library - red brick and glass structure, with greenery and fountains in the foreground

Ways to Get Help

1. Contact a Librarian

You can visit a librarian at the Reference Desk in the Main Library, ask a question via the 24/7 Ask a Librarian chat , or reach out directly to a subject specialist librarian

2.  Contact Sara with a specific question

You can make an appointment by e-mailing Sara at

Getting a Book

When you find a book through the library's website, you will see a call number which tells you where the book is located in the library.   The example record below shows you the call number ((e.g. E302.5.E45 2000), the branch the library is located in (e.g. Main Library) and the item's status (e.g. Available).  

If the book's status is "Available", you can find it in the library using the call number and the orange "Map It" button (click that for a map of where the book is in the library).

If the book's status is anything other than "Available", click the purple "Get It" button for a list of ways to get the book.

Once you have the book, take it to the check out desk on the first floor.  You'll need your MSU ID to check it out.  The checkout period is 6 months and you can renew a book online by logging into your library account.  You're limited to 5 online renewals before you need to bring the book into the library to renew in person.  

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