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African American Studies 100
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Feb 23, 2010
Guide to library resources on historical topics for African American Studies 100
American Indian Studies Library Resources
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Apr 26, 2013
Guide to UIUC's extensive collection of resources for the study of American Indians, including books, newspaper articles and videos.
Building Lives in Soviet Central Asia
by International and Area Studies Library, Slavic Reference Service - Last Updated Apr 4, 2013
This guide is designed for the 2012 Junior Scholars Training Workshop on Central Asia. Moderator: Shoshana Keller, PhD., Hamilton College
Central Asian Sovereignty in the Face of Massive Economic Dislocation
by International and Area Studies Library, Slavic Reference Service - Last Updated Jun 7, 2012
This guide is designed for 2010 Junior Scholars Training Workshop. Moderator: Russell Zanca, Ph.D., Northeastern Illinois University, Anthropology
Chicago Foreign Language Press Survey
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Feb 6, 2012
Guide to using the microfilm and digital versions of the Chicago Foreign Language Press Survey, a collection consisting of a file of 120,000 typewritten pages translated from newspapers of 22 different foreign language communities in Chicago.
EALC 550/398 Law and Society in Chinese History
by Shuyong Jiang, International and Area Studies Library, Steve Witt - Last Updated Aug 9, 2013
EALC 550/398 Law and Society in Chinese History
ExploreCU Contributor's Guide
by Sarah Christensen - Last Updated Feb 27, 2014
Information on how to submit content for use in ExploreCU
Farm, Field and Fireside: Immigrant Labor
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Apr 16, 2014
A subject guide that examines the history of immigrants as farm and rural industry laborers from approximately 1890 to 1920.
Farm, Field and Fireside: Serialized Fiction
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Apr 16, 2014
A subject guide on the history of serialized fiction published in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century periodicals.
Finding and Using African American Newspapers
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Apr 16, 2014
Covers how to identify newspapers published in a particular locality; how to look for extant copies; determining which newspapers are available in digital format
Fluid Future: Understanding the Black Sea as a Region
by International and Area Studies Library, Slavic Reference Service - Last Updated May 29, 2013
A Guide for Eurasian Studies Training Workshop for Junior Scholars. Moderator: Prof. Charles King, Georgetown University.
Genealogy Resources
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Nov 16, 2012
A guide to finding genealogical materials at the University of Illinois Library.
Guide to Folklore Resources
by Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library - Last Updated Aug 14, 2012
Guide to on-campus, regional, and general folklore resources
History 200B : Poverty
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Feb 17, 2011
A course guide.
History 200C: Children
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Apr 16, 2014
Guide to finding library resources
History 200C: Visual History
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Oct 12, 2011
A course guide.
History 200E: Race and the City
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Oct 6, 2009
Course guide, emphasizes Chicago, 1880-present.
History 472: Immigrant America
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Feb 20, 2012
Course guide.
History 492C: Historiography and Methodology
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Mar 1, 2010
A course guide. Describes library resources for conducting historical research.
History 495: Africa and Decolonization
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Feb 9, 2010
A course guide. Emphasizes the decolonization of sub-Saharan British Africa, 1950-1980.
History 495A: Incredible India?
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Mar 13, 2009
A course guide.
History 498: Chicago: An Ethnic and Racial History
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Oct 14, 2010
A guide to library resources.
History 498A/495AH: The Family in History
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Apr 16, 2014
A course guide to library resources.
History 498A: History and Film
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Sep 8, 2010
A course guide.
History 498D: The Eastern Question
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Oct 11, 2010
A course guide.
History 498F: Finding Book Reviews
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Mar 17, 2009
strategies for searching JSTOR, Project Muse, Historical Abstracts, the History Cooperative, and Expanded Academic ASAP specifically for book reviews
History 498K: A Catastrophic Dependence or "More oil, ever more oil!"
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Oct 15, 2009
Course guide to library resources on the history of petroleum use
History 498M: American Empire
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Feb 17, 2011
Course guide.
History 520: Cold War: Culture, Power, and Diplomacy
by Shuyong Jiang - Last Updated Apr 10, 2012
A course guide
HPNL for EALC Students
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Nov 16, 2009
A guide to the resources of the History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library for graduate students in East Asian Languages and cultures.
Jewish Studies
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Dec 11, 2013
A general introduction to library resources for Jewish studies. Intended audience: undergraduate students. The guide assumes no specialist background in Jewish studies.
Library Guide for History Graduate Students
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Jun 12, 2013
Basic, up-to-date how-to information important for any History Graduate student.
Library Research for History Students: an Introduction
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated May 2, 2013
A general guide to using the library for historical research.
Microforms
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Aug 30, 2012
A guide to finding and using microfilm and microfiche at UIUC Library.
National Bibliography and Publishing in Afghanistan, 1871-2009
by International and Area Studies Library, Slavic Reference Service - Last Updated Sep 13, 2012
A guide to the history and bibliography of printed works in the languages of Afghanistan before, during and after the Soviet occupation of 1979-1989
Newspapers
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Mar 6, 2014
A guide to finding newspapers at UIUC and beyond!
Polish-Jewish Studies
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Mar 27, 2013
The guide serves as an introduction to Polish-Jewish studies and draws on Polish and Jewish studies collections of the UIUC Library.
Powers and History of the U.S. Presidency
by Undergraduate Library - Last Updated Nov 18, 2013
An Undergraduate Library Subject Guide providing suggested resources and other information for beginning research on the topic Powers and History of the U.S. Presidency.
Presidential Campaigns and Elections
by Undergraduate Library - Last Updated Jul 4, 2013
An Undergraduate Library Subject Guide providing suggested resources and other information for beginning research on the topic Presidential Campaigns and Elections. Check out the Election 2008 Guide: http://uiuc.libguides.com/content.php?pid=20484
SCR 115: South Slavic Cultures
by International and Area Studies Library, Slavic Reference Service - Last Updated Oct 7, 2010
This LibGuide is designed for students taking SCR 115. Instructor: Dr. Judith Pintar
World Cultural Assets: Ownership, Loss, Recovery, and Protection
by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library - Last Updated Apr 11, 2013
The guide serves as an introduction to issues relating to world cultural heritage, spoils of war, Nazi looting, "displaced" cultural property, and provenance research.
 

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