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"The African, African American, and Diaspora (AAAD) Studies Center provides interdisciplinary knowledges, programming, and initiatives related to Black peoples, histories, cultures, languages, economics, philosophies, ideas, and socio-political structures. The Center’s core mission is to cater to student-faculty constituencies with academic interests in the peoples, cultures, and institutions of Africa and the African Diaspora."
Established upon the occasion of the rededication of the Wright State University Library in 1992, the Digital Text Collection of a selected group of Dunbar's poetry is intended to encourage the use of and interest in the works of Dunbar. New content and enhancements were made to the site in May 2005 and again in early 2012.
The purpose of the University of Central Florida Hurston Archive is to create an academic web site that will provide a repository of biographical, critical, and contextual materials related to Hurston's life and work.