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*Ethnic Studies

General research guide for undergraduate and graduate courses in OSU's Ethnic Studies program.

Oregon Multicultural Archives

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The Oregon Multicultural Archives (OMA) assists in preserving the histories and sharing the stories that document Oregon's African American, Asian American, Latino/a, and Native American communities. The diverse collections reflect how these communities have contributed to the identity of the state of Oregon.

  • For up-to-date information regarding current projects, new collections, recently digitized materials, et. al., follow the OMA Blog.
  • For online items, check out the OMA digital resources page
  • To set up a research appointment, contact Natalia Fernández via email or phone - 541-737-3653

Wondering where to start historical research?

Does starting your research seem a little daunting? Need a little help picking a place to start? We have some ideas to get you started...


Digital archival resources

Latino Cultures in the US - Created by Google Arts & Culture, this is one of the largest digital collections of Latinx art, culture, and history.