Weldon Library has an impressive collection of primary and secondary historical sources. But finding these valuable resources is not always obvious. Liz Mantz, the history reference librarian has developed a history reference website to help you navigate through the library system.
On the above site you will find selected databases for articles, as well as selected digital primary source collections, an introduction to government documents, and other useful guides to primary and secondary historical sources. Liz has also developed pages for individual courses: to date these include:
- HIS 1401E - Modern Europe, 1715 to the Present,
- HIS 1601E- History of East Asia,
- HIS 1803E - Introduction to the History of Business and Commerce,
- HIS 1805E - Science, Technology and Global History,
- HIS 2201E - Canada: Origins to the Present,
- HIS 2301E - United States: Colonial Period to the Present,
- HIS 2401E - Mediaeval Europe,
- HIS 2403E - Europe and England in the 16th and 17th Centuries,
- HIS 2404E - Europe, 1789-1918,
- HIS 2411E- Modern Italy,
- HIS 2809E - Jewish History and Culture to 1492
- HIS 2812E - Plague, Pox and Flu: Disease in Global History
- HIS 2814F - History of Aviation
- HIS 2501E - History of Latin America,
- HIS 2812E - Plague, Pox and Flu: Disease in Global History,
- HIS 3301E - Colonial British America,
- HIS 3305E - United States, 1783-1901,
- HIS 3319E - Foreign Policy of the United States since 1775,
- HIS 3320E - Global America: The United States in World Affairs, 1700 - Present,
- HIS 3418G - Representations of the Past in Eastern Europe and Russia
- HIS 3420F - The Soviet Experiment
- HIS 3701E - Slavery and Abolition in the Atlantic World,
- HIS 4411E - Crime and Society in England 1660-1900,
- HIS 4492E - Second World War and the Occupation of Europe, 1938-1949,
- HIS 4796F - Seminar on the Comparative History of North America.
These course pages also include information and presentations to help guide you in your research. Courses are being added to these pages all the time. Check here for a list of all the history course pages.
You can also consult with the librarians at the reference desk during regular business hours about specific research question. Make Weldon Library the first step in your research!