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Fiction and non-fiction resources on topics relating to interracial people and relationships.
Dissertations & Theses @ University of Michigan
The U-M community can download the full-text of U-M dissertations completed since 1997 from the "Dissertations @ University of Michigan" database
ProQuest Dissertations & Theses
Descriptions, sometimes with full text, of doctoral dissertations & master theses from US, UK, Canada, Ireland, etc.
Limit subtype to "Thesis/dissertation"
Browse by "Communities & Collections" and then select "Dissertations and Theses"
Library Catalog Search
Records for U-M-owned dissertations completed since 1930 are included in Library Catalog Search of the University of Michigan.
Multiracial College Students: Understanding Interpersonal Self-Concept in the First Year.
By Mark Allen Kamimura, 2010.
Refashioning the Intimate: Race and Personal Relationships in Contemporary Multiracial Filipino America.
By Matthew M. Andrews, 2013
An Examination of the Formation and Characteristics of Interracial Romantic Relationships among Adolescents in the United States
By Yang Jiang, 2012
Race and Making America in Brazil: How Brazillian Return Migrants Negotiate Race in the US and Brazil
By Tiffany Denise Joseph, 2011
Can Religion Trump Race? Interracial Friendship in Protestant Churches
By Erica Ryu Wong, 2009
Interracial Romances of American Empire: Migration, Marriage, and Law in Twentieth Century California.
By Maria Paz Gutierrez Esguerra, 2013