Library web pages for history (and history-related) courses
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These pages were created for library sessions for individual courses. Please note that in some cases, they have not been updated since the course was last offered. The most recent courses are listed first here.

Understanding Memory: The Story of Our Lives (Intensive Freshman Seminar) (see the 2002 version for a more detailed introduction to library resources)

J300: The Body in Early America

J300: Writing and Power in Early America

C315: Advertising and Consumer Culture

"Women, Gender and Enlightenment"

J400/G402: "Women, Men, and Society in Modern Europe"

Library Resources for "Slavery in the Americas"

Library Resources for "Perspectives on Gender in Latin America"

Library Resources for "Women and Work in America"

The US Home Front in World War II

Primary Sources for Women's Movements in the U.S.

Sources for Research in British History

American Diplomatic History

Introduction to Research in American History (basic)

Celestina Wroth (mailto:cewroth@indiana.edu)
Librarian for History, Religious Studies,
and History & Philosophy of Science
Main Library E560, Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405, (812) 855-1336

Last updated 2003