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Research Guides@Tufts

History 093: Family Histories and American Culture

For Prof. Kendra Field and her students.

Helpful Hints

You may be familiar with several journal collections that behave like databases such as JSTOR, this only has selected history journals, granted some of the best, but not all, and they are not the current issues.  So you should really be using subject databases/indexes such as those listed on this page to search through much more!

Find It @ Tufts

If you don't see a link to the full-text of an article you're interested, try clicking on the Find It @ Tufts icon for that article.  The Find It @Tufts button searches the rest of our holdings to provide you with options for getting you the article.  It will try to link you directly to the full-text if we have online access.  If not, you'll be given the option to search our catalog to see if we may own that journal in print.  If we don't have it online or in print, you can use the link to request the article from Interlibrary loan (ILLiad). If you don't see this button, be sure to search the title of the journal in JumboSearch, restricting to the Library Catalog.

Specialized Subject Databases

Interdisciplinary Indexes

Help with Research

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Connie Reik
Contact:
Humanities Research & Instruction Librarian and Government Information Coordinator
Tisch Library
Appointment Hours:
M-F 10-5pm
Connie.Reik@tufts.edu
617-627-2073