HIST 117: Russia, an Introductory History: Find Books & Articles

Slavic & Eurasian Studies

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Jon Giullian
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Find Articles: Top databases for History 117

Where to start?  Search the four databases in this box.  They are a combination of full-text and citation databases that will lead you to a wealth of commentary (secondary sources) on Russian literature.  [FYI:  ABSEES, Historical Abstracts, and Academic Search Premier can be searched simultaneously.]

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Find Articles: Multi-subject databases

These multi-subject databases include content on Russian literature.  Since these databases include content from semi-analytical (The Economist, Harper's, Time, etc.) and popular magazines (People, Reader's Digest, etc.) as well as scholarly journals, be selective in the sources that you cite in your term paper.

FYI:  ABSEES, Historical Abstracts, and Academic Search Premier can all be searched simultaneously.

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Got citations?

 Go to Citation Linker and type in the article citation.  The system will attempt to locate an e-copy.  If nothing comes up, search the Library Catalog for the title of the journal; then check the holdings to see whether KU Libraries has the print volume and issue that you need.  If KU doesn't have it, you can request the article through Interlibrary Loan.