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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.
    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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