HIST 101: Research Seminar- Milivojevic

Secondary Sources- European History

  • Arts and Humanities Citation Index (Web of Knowledge)
    Indexes over 1,000 of the leading arts and humanities journals, and provides searching of footnoted citations. Use the link above, then under Current Limits, specify Arts and Humanities Citation Index. For more guidance on using this database see the following tutorials: Creating Alerts and Creating an RSS Feed.
  • Historical Abstracts
    Indexes over 2,000 journals, as well as historical book reviews and dissertations, published worldwide about all aspects of world history (excluding US and Canada) from 1450 to the present. Articles covered were written from 1954 to thepresent
  • History Channel Speech Archives
    Online audiorecordings of speeches and other addresses by international political leaders; on-site recordings of notable historic events.
  • House of Commons Parliamentary Papers
    Provides full-text access to thousands of 19th Century Parliamentary Papers. Includes all the "sessional papers" of the British Parliament: bills, reports of committees, papers presented by Royal Commissions and government departments, treaties and international agreements, command papers, and statistics.
  • Humanities and Social Sciences Index Retrospective: 1907-1984
    Citations to more than 1.3 million articles in over 1,200 periodicals in scholarly journals published throughout the 20th century in North America and Europe.
  • Humanities E-Book Project (formerly History E-Books Project)
    Access to the full-text of important and frequently-cited books in humanties. (These e-books are also listed in OskiCat and Melvyl.)

Foreign Government Sources

The Berkeley Library government documents librarians have put together a research guide for doing foreign government research.  If you are having trouble tracking down government sources, you can contact librarian Jim Church at jchurch@library.berkeley.edu for personal assistance.

Last Update: December 20, 2012 12:07