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Research guide for HSS4, sections D & E The Refugee Professor Atina Grossman Spring 2017
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    The Cooper Union Library belongs to the Research Library Association of South Manhattan, a consortium established with NYU and The New School in 1977. This Consortium shares a Catalog (BobCat) and provides students and faculty of member institutions with access to each other's collections.

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