We’re pleased to announce that The Schlager Anthology of Black America: A Student’s Guide to Essential Primary Sources has been named as one of Library Journal‘s Best Reference Sources for 2021. In citing this 3-volume set, the editors noted the following:
“This thorough chronicle will delight readers and researchers fascinated by primary sources.”
Edited by Dan Royles (Florida International University), The Schlager Anthology of Black America features 250 documents from the 1500s to the present day. As the inaugural title in our “Schlager Anthologies for Students” series, this publication offers a diverse array of perspectives and voices. In addition, the carefully excerpted documents and brief commentary sections provide students and researchers with a comprehensive approach while not overwhelming them with lengthy and difficult reading.
To learn more about The Schlager Anthology of Black America, visit the product page. It includes the complete table of contents, review quotes, and the Introduction to the set by Dr. Royles.