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Key Databases

Listed below are 3 key databases for History journal articles.

For a complete list of relevant databases see Databases for History

For a key collection of online encyclopaedias try
Cambridge histories

 

Welcome to the History Subject Guide

The library has a huge range of resources and services for History students and staff. Ask your Subject Librarian for help in using any of these.

 

How do I find?

Books | Journal articles | Dictionaries and Encyclopaedias

Assignment help

Assignment researchCiting/Referencing | Writing Guides

Exam Info

 Previous exams and tests

King James BibleTaj MahalSpanish Civil War poster

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New Books at UC Library

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    DA 30 .S56 2016
Title   Britain's Europe :a thousand years of conflict and cooperation  
Authors   Simms, Brendan  
Publication   [London] UK : Allen Lane, an imprint of Penguin Books, 2016..  
       
       
       
Title   Genocide in the Ottoman Empire :Armenians, Assyrians, and Greeks, 1913-1923
Authors   Shirinian, George,1949-
Shirinian, George
 
Edition   First edition.  
Publication   New York : Berghahn Books, [2017].  
       
       
Title   An analysis of Albert Hourani's A history of the Arab peoples
Authors   Brown, J. A. O. C.
Gibson, Bryan R.
 
Publication   London, [England] : Routledge, © ; 2017..  
       
       
       
Call#   DU 124 .P64 .O88 2017
Title   Indigeneity :a politics of potential : Australia, Fiji and New Zealand  
Authors   O'Sullivan, Dominic,1970-  
Publication   Bristol, UK : Policy Press, 2017..  
       
       

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