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Africa and the Middle EastAsiaClassical StudiesEuropeLatin AmericaMedieval StudiesDallas and Texas
HIST 1322: Greek Mythology and HistoryHIST 3324: The Mexican Americans, 1848 to the PresentHIST 3377: History of South AfricaHIST 4300: Woodland Indians' New WorldHIST 4300: History of France and England, 1500-1800HIST 5397/HIST 6322: Twentieth-Century Chinese Nationalism and TransnationalismHIST 6300: HistoriographyHIST 6309: Seminar in North American Borderlands
HIST 1322: Inquisitors, Heretics and WitchesHIST 2355: History of the Ancient Near East and EgyptHIST 3310: The Founding Fathers and SlaveryHIST 3365: Gods, Ghosts, and Magic in Ancient RomeHIST 3366: The VikingsHIST 3366: World War I in EuropeHIST 3390: Modern Middle East, 1914-PresentHIST 4300: Overcoming ApartheidHIST 4300: The Spanish Civil WarHIST 5331/6326: Mexican-American History and Historiography
HIST 4300: The End of the Cold War
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Key Databases

The following databases are essential to finding the scholarly articles that are often required for historical research:

  • America: History and Life
    If you are exploring a topic on the history of the United States or Canada, search this database.
  • Historical Abstracts
    Historical Abstracts is the first place to go for articles on the history of all areas of the world, except the United States.
  • JSTOR
    You will want to search JSTOR, as it provides access to many of the core English-language history journals. All but the last five years are available for most titles.

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