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Makiba Foster
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Olin Library Rm. 123
1 Brookings Dr.
Box 1061
St. Louis, MO. 63130
314-934-4919 (fax)


AMCS 375 Methods and Visions: The Mississippi Valley
by Makiba Foster, Miranda Rectenwald - Last Updated Dec 19, 2013
Research guide to resources related to the study of the Mississippi River Valley.
American History
by Makiba Foster - Last Updated Aug 29, 2013
This page brings together various information resources on the subject of American History.
Tags: civl_war, class, constitution, country, government, history, laws, military, politics, presidents, states, united_states, war, wwi, wwii
Historical Methods: “How to Do the History of Sexuality”
by Makiba Foster - Last Updated Feb 13, 2014
Resources for Historical Methods on the History of Sexuality in the United States.
Tags: friedman
Library Services for Undergraduate Research
by Makiba Foster - Last Updated Sep 18, 2013
This research guide is a portal to library services for students participating in projects sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and other undergraduate research.
Literature of History
by Rudolph Clay, Jaleh Fazelian, Makiba Foster - Last Updated Apr 14, 2014
Course guide for Prof. Nancy Reynolds' graduate seminar in History.
Tags: historical, history
St. Louis Area Historic Maps
by Makiba Foster, Jennifer Moore, Miranda Rectenwald, Sonya Rooney - Last Updated Feb 11, 2014
A guide to locating historic maps of the St. Louis (Missouri) regional area.
Tags: 19th_century, 20th_century, cartography, geography, st_louis_history, stl, urban_design, urban_planning
Twitter 201
by Jaleh Fazelian, Makiba Foster, Lauren Todd, Brian Vetruba - Last Updated Aug 27, 2013
A guide to help you use Twitter
Tags: social_media, twitter, web 2.0
Varieties of American Feminism, 1830s to 1930s
by Makiba Foster - Last Updated Jul 12, 2011
Library Research Guide for “Varieties of American Feminism” is a four-week long summer seminar for school teachers sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Program in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Tags: constitution, feminism, government, history, politics, social reform, suffrage, united_states, vote, women
Washington University Libraries Social Media
by Jaleh Fazelian, Makiba Foster, Evie Hemphill - Last Updated Jan 16, 2013
A complete guide for all things social media at our libraries!
Tags: facebook, social_media, twitter
Washington University Libraries' Diversity & Inclusion Grant Interns
by Rudolph Clay, Makiba Foster - Last Updated Nov 19, 2013
Meet the interns! Students from Lincoln University minoring in Library and Information Science will be working at our libraries this summer for 8 weeks. Please read their profiles to learn more about them!
Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
by Makiba Foster - Last Updated Sep 25, 2013
This guide brings together some the best resources on the topics of Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. Not only will you find helpful information for your research, but information on Washington University and its libraries.
Tags: female, feminism, feminist, gay, gender, glbt, ladies, lesbian, male, men, sex, sexuality, transgender, womanism, women