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You can use the USU library catalogto find books and ebooks on your topic by selecting the appropriate Material Type (in Advanced Search) for the resource you are looking for:
We can mail books from the library collection to your home. We can also provide scans of book chapters (one per book) regardless of if we have it in our collection. Both of these services are free, and requests can be made via InterLibrary Loan.
RILM is the top database for music research, though JSTOR and Historical Abstracts can also be useful tools.
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.
Need the PDF/full-text?
Use Article Linker to search for full-text across all databases. If the article isn't available, choose Request via ILLiad or use interlibrary services to request a copy from another library.
Dissertations can be long and overwhelming documents, but they can also be very useful research tools. They can help you not only understand your topic and its background, but they also contain lengthy reference lists you can use to find other sources.