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Nineteenth Century Collections Online - Women: Transnational Networks

NCCO is an online collection of primary source documents focusing on the nineteenth century. The Women: Transnational Networks archive specifically covers issues at the intersection of gender and class from the late-eighteenth century to the era of...

Collection

Unless noted otherwise, all policies are from 2007. Policies guiding collection development General collection development policy Archives collection development policy Reference collection development policy Media collection development policy...

Survey of European Women’s/Gender History

Background Oxford Bibliographies search across academic bibliographies to find topic ideas and links to resources Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History biographies of famous women Cambridge Histories search across the full text of... HI271

Feminism & Print Culture in Britain

About this Guide This guide was created for EN612 students. It provides information about searching digital archives for primary source material about the history of feminism in Britain. Getting Started To access online resources from off campus, login... EN612

Reading Seminar on the Era of the US Civil War

Scholarly sources Evaluating Resources How do I know if my source is scholarly? (4:21) What is a peer-reviewed journal? (1:42) Identifying Peer-Reviewed Journals (2:15) How to find scholarly books (3:04) Secondary Sources Books Search Omni - items... HI445

Slavery and Emancipation in the United States, 1619-1877

Library services update COVID-19, Library reopening, books, articles, Interlibrary Loan Secondary Sources reference (companions and subject encyclopedias) American Slavery: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford) Black Women in America Concise Oxford... HI330

Data and Statistics

Portals CANSIM at Statistics Canada CANSIM is StatCans statistical database. It contains thousands of tables and reports from all fields odesi ODESI contains microdata from Statistics Canada, Elections Canada, as well as polling data. Build your...

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LGBTQ+ History Month

Throughout the month of October we celebrate LGBTQ+ History month. The library wants to celebrate the history of the LGBTTQQIAAP (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, ally, pansexual) community by...

Research Seminar

Library web site the quickest tour ever: COVID-19, Library reopening, books, articles, journals, theses, Interlibrary Loan Examples of research Gandy, K. M. (2019). Psychological Empowerment as Mediator Between Servant Leadership and Generation Z... RE407

Treaties Recognition Playlist

Jump to individual videos within the playlist at the bottom of the page, or go to another playlist from the "View All Playlists" menu at the top right. The keyword search box at the top right will search within the titles and descriptions of all the...

February is Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, here is a selection of new and important resources in our collection, including print books, electronic books, journal articles, databases, and more. For assistance in accessing or using these or any resources in the...

Truth, Reconciliation & Colonialism

Jump to individual videos within the playlist at the bottom of the page, or go to another playlist from the "View All Playlists" menu at the top right. The keyword search box at the top right will search within the titles and descriptions of all the...