Indexes journal articles, book reviews, and dissertations on the history of the world, except the United States and Canada. Subjects include diplomatic history, economics, international relations, and political science.
History - Europe (General)
Major Research Tools
Time period covered: 1450 to present; Publication coverage: 1954 to present.
Scholarly, biographical articles on noteworthy people who inhabited or were connected with the British Isles. (Does not include information on people still living.)
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Location: Skillman Ref; Call #: D20 A46 1995x
Highly selective, annotated bibliography of books and articles in every field of historical scholarship. Bibliographies are organized geographically and further subdivided by time period and topic.
Collection of historical documents related to law, economics, politics, diplomacy and government.
Digital library containing some of the core primary and secondary sources for the study of medieval and modern history of the British Isles. Includes government documents, most notably the domestic Calendar of State Papers for 1547-1704 and the foreign Calendar of State Papers for 1547-1589.
Biographical dictionary covering the "lives of Irish men and women who made a significant contribution in Ireland and abroad, as well as those born overseas who had noteworthy careers in Ireland."
Encyclopedia documenting the influence of Greek culture from antiquity to the present. A work in progress.
Gateway to transcriptions, facsimiles and translations of primary historical documents from Western Europe.
Gateway to digitized primary sources relating to European history. Search or browse by country, language, time period, subject, and type of source.
Materials documenting German history from 1500 to the present. Includes primary source documents, images, and maps. Materials are available in both English and German.
Publication coverage: 1975-present
Index of articles on women's history from history and women's studies journals. Emphasis on social history, particularly labor history. From the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam.