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ARTH599 - Curating an Exhibition (Spring 2022)

Resources for Dr. Greet's curatorial seminar and Haitian art research

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Subject headings for Haitian & Caribbean art

These subject headings can be used in advanced searches in the Mason Libraries catalog and databases and external catalogs like Worldcat. This list is not exhaustive but can help as you begin searching.

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