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What is RADAR?
RADAR is the institutional repository for the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, including research and scholarly output, archival collections, and theses and dissertations. Materials included in RADAR have been selected and deposited by the students and faculty of the member schools, Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College, and Spelman College, and the librarians of the Robert W. Woodruff Library.
How to Successfully Navigate RADAR
Search & Browse RADAR
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Theses & Dissertations
Theses & Dissertations are accessible from the Collections menu by clicking on Theses & Dissertations.
For quick access, you can navigate directly to theses and dissertations from AU/CAU and ITC using these links:
AUC Woodruff Library Statement on Potentially Harmful Language and Content in our Digital Collections and Resources
The AUC Woodruff Library’s digital archival and scholarly holdings may contain resources that its community could find offensive and/or harmful and difficult to view. Historical records can, and often do, contain content from different time periods and cultures that illustrate a harmful, stereotyped, and/or offensive outlook towards people of color, people that identify as LBGTQ+, people with disabilities, and people from other equity-seeking communities.
The Library’s digital collections are collected and preserved as part of the American historic record and we believe in facilitating access as equitably and objectively as possible. Providing online access to these historical materials does not endorse any attitudes, prejudices, or behaviors depicted therein. The AUC Woodruff Library is committed to upholding the principle of equal and free access to unaltered historical information.
If you encounter harmful or offensive language or content in our digital collections and have questions about this statement or our work, we welcome your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Emory University, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, https://rose.library.emory.edu/about/harmful-language.html
- Digital Public Library of America, Black Women’s Suffrage Project, https://blackwomenssuffrage.dp.la/harmful-language-statement
- Georgia Public Library Service, https://georgialibraries.org/about-gpls/
- California State University San Marcos, https://biblio.csusm.edu/content/potentially-harmful-language-and-content
- The Cataloging Lab, List of Statements on Bias in Library and Archives Description, http://cataloginglab.org/list-of-statements-on-bias-in-library-and-archi...
- North Carolina State University Libraries, Ethics in Archives: Decisions in Digital Archiving, https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/news/special-collections/ethics-in-archives%3A-...