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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at the Cowan-Blakley Memorial Library

This guide provides diversity resources and services to students, faculty, and library staff.

Selection of Asian and Arab American Readings

Learning from Asian Philosophy

Online Access - EBSCO eBook Collection

The Souls of Yellow Folk

E184 .A75 Y377 2018

The Essential Gandhi: An Anthology of His Writings on His Life, Work, and Ideas

DS 481 .G3 A3 2002

Asian American Society: An Encyclopedia

REF E 184 .A75 A84167 2014

Nietzsche and Asian Thought

B 3318 .O75 N54 1991

How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?: Being Young and Arab in America

E 184 .A65 B35 2018

Post Gibran: Anthology of New Arab American Writing

PS 508 .A671999

The House of Wisdom: How the Arabs Transformed Western Civilization

CB 251 .L96 2009

A History of the Arab Peoples

DS 37.7 .H67 1992

Peace Be Upon You: The Story of Muslim, Christian, and Jewish Coexistence

BL 410 .K37 2007

Arab-American Faces and Voices

Online Access - EBSCO eBook Collection

The Making of Asian America

E184.A75 L43 2015

Columbia Chronologies of Asian History and Culture

REF DS 33 .C63 2000

Conditional Citizens

JK 1759 .L223 2020

JewAsian: Race, Religion, and Identity for America's Newest Jews

Online Access - EBSCO eBook Collection

Companion Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy

REF B 121 .C66 1997

Race, Religion, and Civil Rights: Asian Students on the West Coast, 1900-1968

Online Access - EBSCO eBook Collection

Arab-Islamic Philosophy: A Contemporary Critique

B 5295 .J33 1999

The New Sectarianism: The Arab Uprisings and the Rebirth of the Shi'a-Sunni Divide

BP 194.16 .A24 2017

In God's Path: The Arab's Conquests and the Creation of an Islamic Empire

DS 38 .H688 2015

Freedom in the Arab World: Concepts and Ideologies in Arabic Thought in the Nineteenth Century

JQ 1850 .A91 A3334 2016

Becoming American?: The Forging of Arab and Muslim Identity in Pluralist America

E 184 .A65 H325 2011

The Power of Tiananmen: State-Society Relations and the 1989 Beijing Student Movement

DS 779.32 .Z49 2001

Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning

E 184 .O6 H64 2020

Women, Art, and Society

N 8354 .C48 2020


E 184 .O6 W84 2003

Occupied with Nonviolence: A Palestinian Woman Speaks

DS 110 .R324 Z379 2008

May Sky

PL 782 .E3 M39 1997

Poetry and Literature

Interpreter of Maladies

PS 3562 .A316 I58 1999


PL 2268 .S666 2021

The Sympathizer

PS 3614 .G97 S96 2015

The Author and His Doubles: Essays on Classical Arabic Culture

PJ 7542 .P53 K5513 2001

Between Worlds: Contemporary Asian-American Plays

PS 628 .A85 B4 1990

A Nail the Evening Is Hung On

PS 3619 .O39 N35 2020

The Treasured Writings of Kahlil Gibran

 PJ 7826 .I2 A23 1975

The Moor's Account

PS 3612 .A543 M66 2014

Go Home!

PS 508 .A8 G63 2018

Fugitive Atlas

PN 6110 .R37 M38 2020

Season of Migration to the North

PJ 7862 .A564 M313 2009


PS 3623 .A4585 C47 2017

Night Sky with Exit Wounds

PS 3622 .U96 A6 2016

The Buddha in the Attic

PS 3615 .T88 B83 2011

The Leavers 

PS 3611 .O135 L43 2018

The Narrow Road to the Interior

PS 3558 .A32357 N37 2006

An Introduction to Arab Poetics

PJ 7541 .A2913 2003

Arab Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide, 1873-1999

REF PJ 7525.2 .D4313 2008

Opening the Gates: An Anthology of Arab Feminist Writing

HQ 1784 .O64 2004

Exit West

PS 3558 .A421 E95 2017

Clay Walls

PS 3561 .I4153 C55 1986

You Exist Too Much

PS 3601 .R33 Y68 2020

Lighthouse for the Drowning

PJ 7824 .A363 A2 2017

Footnotes in the Order of Disappearance

PS 3610 .O679 A6 2018

Above Us the Milky Way

PS 3611 .A78337 A63 2020

The Tiny Journalist

PS 3564 .Y44 A6 2019

Shahr-e-Jaanaan: The City of the Beloved

PS 3620 .A596 S53 2020

The Silence That Remains: Selected Poems, 1982-2003

PJ 7876 .A6565 A2 2017

The White Tiger

PR 9619.4 .A35 W47 2008

Nectar in a Sieve

PR 9499.3 .M367 N43 2010

The Palace of Illusions

PS 3554 .I86 P35 2009

If I Had Your Face

PS 3603 .H25 I38 2020

The Tenth Muse

PS 3603 .H853 T46 2019

50 Water Dreams

PS 3613 .A7927 A6 2015

Fifty Words for Rain

PS 3612 .E456 F54 2020

Crow Museum of Asian Art

The Crow Museum of Asian Art

The University of Texas at Dallas

The Crow Museum of Asian Art inspires and promotes learning and dialogue about the arts and cultures of Asia. A museum located in downtown Dallas, the Crow Museum of Asian Art is dedicated to celebrating the arts and cultures of Asia including China, Japan, India, Korea, Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar, and the Philippines.  

Founded by Margaret and Trammell Crow, it opened its doors on December 5, 1998, as a gift to the people and visitors of Dallas. Beginning with just over six hundred works, the Crow's unique permanent collections have expanded to include more than one thousand artworks. 

Crow Museum of Asian Art