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ROMS 1102: Queer Hispanisms (FWS Fall 2016): Home
 

This is a guide for Prof. Itziar Rodriguez de Rivera's Freshman Writing Seminar, Fall 2015.

Don't pay for stuff!

Never pay for an article or book or access to resources.

In most cases (except for textbooks), the Cornell Library has online journals, newspapers, magazines, ebooks and print books, or can get them for you at no charge to you!

Passkey can help you find it at Cornell, or Ask a Librarian.

Welcome!

Click on the tabs above for links and references to a variety of historical and social science resources, both online and in print, available through the Cornell University Library. For even more resources, see the subject-specific guides listed to the left of this box.


"Going through all those books," doorway of an 11th century Abbey in Romainmôtier, Switzerland; photo by timtom from Fllickr. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0


In the class we will cover:

Reference Sources for Background Material
Find topic summaries, key concepts, terminology and reference lists

Finding Books
Find items held at Cornell (books, journal holdings, etc.)

Finding Articles
Find articles, essays, book chapters and monographs

Requesting items not available at Cornell
BorrowDirect and Interlibrary Loan

Evaluating your sources
Some tips on how to evaluate the sources you've found

Citing your sources
Guides and Resources for preparing your bibliography

Geting Help
Ask a Librarian!

See the Library's Introduction to Research web page for more tips and strategies.

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Sarah How
Contact:
Sarah How
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Cornell University
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Subjects: European Union Studies;
French language, literatures, history;
Italian language, literature, history;
Western European Social Sciences
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