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Religious Studies 436: Religion in America, 1900-1941   Tags: american_history, history, religion, religious_studies  

A course guide.
Last Updated: Sep 28, 2009 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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This course guide has two main purposes:

  1. To save you time in your research.
  2. To help make your research more successful.  

For much more in-depth information on conducting historical research, please visit our guide on Library Research for History Students.

If you have any questions about this guide, or about your research for this class, then please don't hesitate to contact us!

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Table of Contents

  1. Finding Books
    How to find resources, mostly books, in the Online Catalog. Tips on using subject headings to improve search results.
  2. Finding Scholarly Articles
    How to find journal articles and book chapters using article indexes and full text resources.
  3. Finding Book Reviews.
    Book reviews can make useful memory-refreshers.
  4. Finding Primary Sources
    Highlights different collections that are especially useful for discovering resources that could be used as primary source material.
  5. Reference Sources
    Encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographies, and sources of factual information. Often excellent places to begin a research project.
  6. Citing Your Sources
    How to manage and document the sources you used during your research.

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