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JOUR328B - Special Topics in News Writing & Reporting: Sports Reporting and Writing  

Resources to support class assignments in Prof. Kevin Blackistone's Jour328B course.
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Contacting University Archives

For individual assistance with athletics materials in the University Archives, contact:

University Archivist Anne Turkos (aturkos@umd.edu or 301-405-9060)

or Assistant University Archivist Jason Speck (jgspeck@umd.edu or 301-405-9297)

or Athletics Archivist Amanda Hawk (ahawk@umd.edu or  301-314-3287)

Visiting Special Collections

For more information on visiting Special Collections and accessing materials from the University Archives, see: 

Library Website

For more information about the University Libraries, visit our website:

Maryland Athletics Materials in Special Collections

Hornbake Library houses a variety of archival materials on the history of athletics at the University of Maryland. Several starting points for research are:

Additional Special Collections

In addition to the materials housed at Hornbake related to journalism and journalism history, the Libraries have many other Special Collections to support your research:

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