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ER&M 391/HSHM 455 Eugenics and Its Afterlives Research Guide: Home

This course guide is intended to assist students in their research projects for the course Eugenics and Its Afterlives (ER&M 391 / HSHM 455), taught by Professor Daniel HoSang during Spring term 2022 at Yale University. The selection of resources included in this guide is not intended to be comprehensive.

Library Contacts

Students in ER&M 391 / HSHM 455 should feel free to contact any of the following librarians as a starting point for research assistance with their projects for this course.

  • Melissa Grafe: John R. Bumstead Librarian for Medical History and Head of the Medical Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library - melissa.grafe@yale.edu
  • James Kessenides: Kaplanoff Librarian for American History - james.kessenides@yale.edu
  • Bill Landis: Associate Director for Public Services, Manuscripts and Archives, Sterling Memorial Library - bill.landis@yale.edu 
  • Jennifer Snow: Librarian for Anthropology, Sociology, and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies - jennifer.l.snow@yale.edu 

Yale Library Search Tools

The main search tools for finding books, articles, databases, archival collections, and more at Yale (and beyond) can all be found on the "Find, Request, and Use" page of the library's website. Here are a few quick refreshers, but be sure to visit the page for a full overview: