Secondary sources are books, journal articles, and reports that synthesize research findings and offer descriptions and theories about the data collected. Textbooks address topics more broadly, while journal articles allow researchers to explore specific points in greater depth. New research builds on previous research. A review of the literature will help you identify:
The following texts have been placed on reserve for this course. You can search reserve texts in the online catalogue reserve module.
You can search the Novanet catalogue for materials related to "critical race theory" and law. Several selected titles from Dalhousie's collection are below.
Indices and Databases
The following periodical indices and databases can help you locate commentary on issues of race and law.
Selected journals on race, civil rights, and law