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History 3000, Clayton Brown: Secondary Source Databases
The databases on this page will help you locate secondary source literature in the field of history, primarily articles and dissertations. Read through the tips and reminders on this page; however, the best way to become an accomplished searcher is to spend time with these tool and to ask questions when things don't make sense. There is almost certainly a database that aggregates material related to your topic. If you are struggling, contact a librarian.
Doctoral dissertations and some masters' theses from many North American graduate schools and some European universities. Full text is available for publications since 1997; citations and abstracts are available from earlier years (as far back as the late 19th century).
World history and culture citation-and-abstract database.
Dates of coverage run from 1450 to the present. The database includes citations to publications from around the world in more than 50 languages relating to world history fields such as: diplomatic history, economic history, intellectual history, social history, cultural history, military history, political history, history of religion, and the history of science and technology.
Note: This database does not cover the classical or early modern world. Additionally, please use America: History and Life to locate citations related to the United States and Canada.
Multidisciplinary e-journal collection for humanities and social sciences. Muse contains nearly 600 quality journal titles from 120 scholarly publishers and is operated by the Johns Hopkins University Press.