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A guide to library research
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Availability of new resources and other items of interest for historians, such as:

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About this guide

This guide is designed to help with library research.

Use the blue tabs above to navigate.

Each tab relates to a step in the library research process and/or a kind of material.


Welcome to Olin & Uris Libraries, Cornell's humanities and social sciences libraries!

Additional Resources

Cornell Research Guide for American Indian Studies

Cornell Research Guide for East European and Russian History

Cornell Research Guide for Feminism, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Cornell Research Guide for Medieval Studies

Cornell Research Guide for Latino Studies

Near Eastern Studies, Cornell University

Cornell's Africana Library History of Africa (University of Stanford)

Slavic and East European Collections, Cornell University

More Cornell guides...



Yale University's Research Guide to Modern European History is particularly good on history by region.

The American Historical Association's page with of affiliate historical organizations.

The History E-Book Project a collection of full-text books from the American Council of Learned Societies. List of POD (print-on-demand for purchase) titles

Internet History Sourcebook Project Collections of sources for ancient, medieval, modern, etc. history. A convenient way to find the classic sources of a period. Be wary. "Editions" and translations contributed by volunteers can be outdated and error-ridden.

The Voice of the Shuttle covers all periods of history. Digitized video collections were recently added.

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