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Citing Your Sources
by Erin Mooney - Last Updated Feb 28, 2014
Avoid plagiarism by citing your sources properly.
Current Awareness & Alerting Services
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Jan 27, 2011
Current awareness services, also known as alerting services, are services that alert researchers when new articles are published.
DVD-LEND at the Music and Media Library
by James Steffen - Last Updated Jul 21, 2011
Learn the basics about DVD-LEND circulation privileges and how to find them EUCLID. Includes handy instant search links.
E-books
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Oct 28, 2013
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
Find Articles at Woodruff
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
Finding Dissertations
by Woodruff Library, Erich Wendt - Last Updated Nov 21, 2013
First-Year Class Librarian
by Erin Mooney - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
A welcome page for new students entering Fall of 2013
Free Audiobooks Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Sep 4, 2008
A guide to finding free audiobooks in the library and online.
Grants, Fellowships & Scholarships for Undergraduates
by Erin Mooney - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Information for the Spring 2012 ECFS 190 ORDER class.
Grants, Foundations, and Scholarships
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Guide to research grants, fellowships, and scholarships
How do I find Newspapers?
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 16, 2013
How to: LibGuides
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Jan 9, 2014
This LibGuide is designed to provide helpful information for librarians creating their own LibGuides.
Impact Factors and Citation Analysis
by Jennifer J. Elder, Woodruff Library, Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Jan 10, 2014
A guide to bibliometrics, journal impact factors, h-index, altmetrics, etc.
LibX Library Plug-in
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Oct 30, 2012
LibX @ Emory is a Firefox and Chrome extension that provides direct access to Emory University Library resources.
Locating Books
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat, Erin Mooney - Last Updated Oct 19, 2011
Managing Your Digital Research Assets
by Jennifer Doty - Last Updated Oct 10, 2013
Online Language Dictionaries
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Aug 9, 2012
Dictionaries of foreign languages available online.
Preservation and Conservation
by Ann Frellsen - Last Updated Apr 22, 2014
Preservation resources
Primary Sources Research Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
Reference Training Resources
by Jon Bodnar, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Jun 12, 2012
Research Data Management
by Jennifer Doty - Last Updated Dec 19, 2013
Research Data Management at Emory University
Resources in DiscoverE
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Aug 21, 2012
Search Strategies
by Tim Bryson, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 20, 2012
Search tips for using EUCLID, Google, WorldCat, and Databases
Citation Manager Comparison Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Oct 23, 2012
A comparison guide to some of the available bibliography programs.
Current Awareness & Alerting Services
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Jan 27, 2011
Current awareness services, also known as alerting services, are services that alert researchers when new articles are published.
E-books
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Oct 28, 2013
EndNote
by Brian Croxall, Erin Mooney - Last Updated Feb 20, 2014
EndNote is a database program for managing bibliographic citations. It can automate much of the work of organizing and formatting citations and bibliographies in your writing.
LibX Library Plug-in
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Oct 30, 2012
LibX @ Emory is a Firefox and Chrome extension that provides direct access to Emory University Library resources.
Managing Your Digital Research Assets
by Jennifer Doty - Last Updated Oct 10, 2013
RSS: Information Delivery Made Really Simple
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Aug 29, 2011
RSS is a web feature allowing you to get current updates from websites and library databases.
Zotero
by Jon Bodnar, Lloyd Busch, Erin Mooney - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
Zotero is a Firefox addon that collects, manages, and cites research sources. It's free and easy to use.
*African American Studies Research Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
General Guide for African American Studies
AAS 190: The Black Athlete (Anderson)
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins - Last Updated Sep 16, 2013
This seminar examines the roles, contradictions, struggles, and triumphs of African American athletes as symbols of racial uplift, resistance, economic advancement, and democracy during the late 19th and throughout the 20th centuries.
AAS 410: American Human Rights Policy
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
Research guide to support research seminar investigating U.S. human rights policies both domestically and internationally.
AAS 385: US Cold War and Foreign Policy
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Guide to library resources for the course US Cold War and Foreign Policy
AAS 412: War Crimes and Genocide
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 18, 2014
Guide to library resources for the course War Crimes and Genocide. It explores the development of international law, international consciousness and U.S. foreign policy on the two distinct but often related issues of war crimes and genocide.
AAS 485: Garvey & Garveyism
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
ILA 790: Call and Response
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins - Last Updated Jan 6, 2012
Theorizing Culture, Race and Gender in Racial Formations, ILA 790 is a introductory prose Seminar in African American Studies.
Recent literature in African American Studies
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 30, 2012
This guide provides the tables of contents of recent African American Studies journals such as the African American Review, the Journal of African American History and Calaloo.
Civil Rights Cold Cases
by Erica Bruchko, Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Oct 25, 2012
AAS485 / HIST488R: Black Power in Africa and the African Diaspora
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Nov 13, 2012
Course that examines experiences of African-descendant peoples as they unfolded during the Black Power Era.
AAS490/HIST488: African American Freedom Struggles
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Feb 20, 2013
Library resources for African American Studies colloquium.
African American Newspaper Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
AAS267: The Civil Rights Movement
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
*African Studies Research Guide
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 14, 2014
Covers major background sources, databases and web sites related to African Studies
*African Studies Research Guide: Films
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Jan 6, 2014
Finding films about Africa at Emory and elsewhere plus finding articles and books about African films.
*African Studies Research Guide: News
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 15, 2013
A quick guide to print and digital sources of news on Africa, including African newspapers.
*African Studies Research Guide: Primary Sources
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 15, 2014
Reviews primary sources at Emory and elsewhere for research in African Studies, emphasizing African history.
*Development Studies
by Tim Bryson, Hikmat Faraj, Phil MacLeod, Elizabeth McBride, Robert O'Reilly, Michael Page, Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Apr 10, 2014
Information resources to support Masters in Development Practice and other Emory development studies programs
AAS 412: War Crimes and Genocide
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 18, 2014
Guide to library resources for the course War Crimes and Genocide. It explores the development of international law, international consciousness and U.S. foreign policy on the two distinct but often related issues of war crimes and genocide.
African History Methods
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Aug 28, 2013
Background information on general search techniques to locate materials for students in Hist 567
African Literature
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Mar 6, 2014
African Studies Journals: Current Contents
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 13, 2013
TOC of Key African Studies Journals
ARTHIST 190 / AFS 190: Objects, Biographies, and the Art of Curating
by Kim Collins, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Jan 27, 2014
This course will explore what it means to curate, with a focus on how museum curators present to museum audiences objects identified with the Senufo linguistic and cultural group of West Africa.
ARTHIST 365/AFS 389: Postcolonial Arts of Africa: identity Matters (Fall 2013)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
This course looks at African arts created from diverse mediums in different parts of the continent to assess how art and identity intersect with postcolonial, transnational, and international experiences.
Chinese-African Relations
by Elizabeth McBride, Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
Information resources related to Chinese interests in Africa.
Health and Disease in Africa
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 9, 2014
Emphasizing social science and historical resources rather than clinical research.
History 489R: Slavery and Its Aftermath in West Africa and Brazil
by Phil MacLeod, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Guide to sources for required research paper. Emphasizes primary sources
Nelson Mandela
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Jan 6, 2014
Exploring resources related to the life of Nelson Mandela.
AMST 201
by James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Introduction to American Studies
AMST387: A Nation of Immigrants
by Erica Bruchko, James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 25, 2012
Examines the diverse experiences of immigrants from the two eras of mass migration to the United States.
Atlanta Research Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Civil War Research Guide (MARBL)
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Sep 25, 2013
This guide provides descriptions of manuscript collections related to the Civil War organized by topic.
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
Literature and Environment Research Guide
by Christina Colvin - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Library and informational resources to assist students interested in ecocriticism, the interdisciplinary study of literature and environment
Mvskoke (Creek) Language & Ecology
by Jennifer Doty, Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Sep 24, 2013
To support Environmental Studies 385 course taught by Rosemary Maxey and Stefanie Pierce. Cross-listed as AMST385-002, IDS385-003, LING385-002.
Anthropology Research Guide
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Fertility and Mortality in Cultural Context (GHCS 300R)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Mar 7, 2013
Fall 2011, Dr. Parsons
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 45
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
Gender and Global Health (GHCS 300R)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Mar 7, 2013
Spring 2013, Dr. Michelle Parsons
China: Anthropological Perspectives (ANT 280)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Mar 7, 2013
Dr. Jenny Chio, Spring 2013
Evolutionary Medicine (ANT 334)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Jul 15, 2013
Howard Chiou, Dr. Melvin Konner, Spring 2013
Global Health: Biosocial Model (ANT 338W)
by Lori Jahnke, Robert O'Reilly - Last Updated Oct 1, 2013
Dr. Carol Worthman, Deanne Dunbar, Fall 2013
Health and Humanities (HLTH 230)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Jul 30, 2013
Amanda Mummert, Dr. Michelle Lampl (Fall 2013)
Readings in Anthropology
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Sep 9, 2013
New for Anthropology 2013
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
Anthropology of Death (ANT369W)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Sep 6, 2013
Dr. Liv Nilsson Stutz, Fall 2013
Sustainable Development (ANT 351)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Mar 7, 2014
Peggy Barlett, Spring 2014
A Art History Research Guide
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
ARTHIST 104: Great Buildings (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
Great Buildings stand as icons of their respective cultures, embodying religious, social, and political ideals; economic and technological realities; and aesthetic aspirations.
ARTHIST 190 / AFS 190: Objects, Biographies, and the Art of Curating
by Kim Collins, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Jan 27, 2014
This course will explore what it means to curate, with a focus on how museum curators present to museum audiences objects identified with the Senufo linguistic and cultural group of West Africa.
ARTHIST 213 Ancient Egypt Art 3000 - 1550,BC (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Jan 15, 2014
An introduction to the art of ancient Egypt from the late Predynastic Period through the Old and Middle Kingdoms to the end of the Second Intermediate Period.
ARTHIST 233: Introducing Medieval Buildings (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
Medieval architecture revolutionized the building and aesthetic principles employed in the ancient world. The focus of this course will be multi-national, covering topics such as architectural systems and how building responds to function.
ARTHIST 282 Art of East and South Africa (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
Visual arts and architecture of Africa from the from the Horn to the Cape of Good Hope with emphases on the major monuments of early coastal and southern African states.
ARTHIST 365/AFS 389: Postcolonial Arts of Africa: identity Matters (Fall 2013)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
This course looks at African arts created from diverse mediums in different parts of the continent to assess how art and identity intersect with postcolonial, transnational, and international experiences.
ARTHIST 480RW Gaudi, FLWright, and Le Corbusier (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
This seminar will examine the principles and development of modern architecture through the work of three architects with very different approaches to modernism
ARTHIST 590: Methods and the Profession
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Sep 27, 2011
Digital Art History
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
Inspired by the report, Transitioning to a Digital World: Art History, Its Research Centers, and Digital Scholarship, by Diane M. Zorich for the Kress Foundation and CHMN
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
The ARTHIST 329 Reconstructing Ancient Rome guide (Fall 2012)
by Kim Collins, Brian Croxall - Last Updated Feb 4, 2013
This course will consider the history and topography of Ancient Rome by investigating monuments on Pirro Ligorio's Anteiquae Urbis Imago map of 1561
Asia Research Guide (MARBL)
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Mar 23, 2012
South Asian Studies
by Tim Bryson - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
Resources for research and teaching.
Research Guide to Japanese Studies
by Lawrence Hamblin - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
Provides a guide to find materials relevant to Japanese studies
Course Guide to CHN272: Literature in Early and Imperial China
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Oct 8, 2013
This course offers an introduction to traditional Chinese literature from its beginning in the first millennium through the end of the imperial era in 1911. The class will read and discuss some representative works from various periods, ...
Course Guide to CHN404: Readings in Contemporary Chinese Literature
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Mar 11, 2011
The goal of the course is to acquaint students with changing artistic and cultural sensibilities in post-Mao literature and cinema. It also focuses on the social issues confronting Chinese people and society in a fast changing world through literature.
Course Guide to CHN394: Screening China
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Feb 26, 2013
This class introduces students to "film in China" and "China in film," focusing on both the development of the film industry in China and the continual reconfiguration of history and national identity in cinematic productions.
Course Guide to CHN 375: China and the West
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Oct 2, 2011
Ever since China and the West encountered with each other, the influence between these two hemispheres has changed the local and world history in the aspects of culture, military, politics, economics and civilization.
REL 190 Buddhist Women through the Ages
by Tim Bryson - Last Updated Oct 30, 2013
Chinese-African Relations
by Elizabeth McBride, Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
Information resources related to Chinese interests in Africa.
Biology & NBB Research Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Please contact the Health Sciences Library for specialized assistance.
Chem 227L: Introduction to Lab Research
by Donna Hudson - Last Updated Feb 2, 2009
Research guide for bio and chem majors to introduce library resources.
Ecology
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Grants, Foundations, and Scholarships
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Guide to research grants, fellowships, and scholarships
Researching Graduate Schools
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Mar 22, 2012
There are many factors to consider in choosing a graduate school. While the library resources mentioned here can help you educate yourself about graduate school, we strongly urge you to take advantage of the Pre-Graduate School Advising and placement ser
Chem 227L: Introduction to Lab Research
by Donna Hudson - Last Updated Feb 2, 2009
Research guide for bio and chem majors to introduce library resources.
CHEM 597R - INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY RESEARCH; COURSE REQUIREMENTS (SECOND SEMESTER)
by Donna Hudson - Last Updated Jan 10, 2014
This guide outlines in detail the requirements for CHEM 597R, Introduction To Library Research, for first-year graduate students in the Emory University Chemistry Department. These requirements cover the second semester of a full-year required course.
CHEM 597R; INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY RESEARCH - January
by Donna Hudson - Last Updated Jan 10, 2014
January class
CHEM 597R; INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY RESEARCH - The Scientific Paper and Peer Review
by Donna Hudson - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
This guide discusses writing the paper required for this course. It provides guidance for a peer review process to develop skills in offering and receiving critical scrutiny for improving ones work and presentation.
CHEM 597R; INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY RESEARCH; Library and Campus Resources (August)
by Donna Hudson - Last Updated Aug 26, 2013
This Libguide is intended to be a reference source for quickly finding, in one location, the information you need to become acquainted with the resources, services, and technology in the libraries and its affiliated research centers at Emory University.
Chemistry 120
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Feb 18, 2014
For researching how biochemistry is important for treating a medical condition. Course taught by Elizabeth Magnotti, Spring 2014.
New SciFinder Accounts
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Feb 28, 2014
For new faculty and students interested in accessing Scifinder will need to start here.
SciFinder
by Donna Hudson - Last Updated Nov 28, 2012
This guide is intended for new users.
Chinese-African Relations
by Elizabeth McBride, Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
Information resources related to Chinese interests in Africa.
CHN 230: Description and Analysis of the Chinese Language
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Mar 28, 2013
This is a survey course introducing you to the linguistic features of the Chinese language and its interaction with Chinese culture and society. It investigates the fundamentals of Chinese phonology, morphology, syntax and the writing system.
CHN 373: Confucian Classics
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
Course Guide to CHN 373W/EAS 374W/REL 374W by Dr. Maria Franca Sibau
Course Guide to CHN 190: MIND AND BODY IN CHINA
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Mar 6, 2014
This Course Guide is created for the freshmen seminar class: MIND AND BODY IN CHINA. It gathers library resources related to the subjects taught in this class and aims to help students with their research project and class papers.
Course Guide to CHN 375: China and the West
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Oct 2, 2011
Ever since China and the West encountered with each other, the influence between these two hemispheres has changed the local and world history in the aspects of culture, military, politics, economics and civilization.
COURSE GUIDE TO CHN 404: Contemporary Chinese Fiction in the Original
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Mar 5, 2013
This Guide is created for the class of CHN 404: Contemporary Chinese Literature. It includes research methods for finding related books, journals and other resources for class papers and projects.
Course Guide to CHN272: Literature in Early and Imperial China
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Oct 8, 2013
This course offers an introduction to traditional Chinese literature from its beginning in the first millennium through the end of the imperial era in 1911. The class will read and discuss some representative works from various periods, ...
Course Guide to CHN359: Women and Religion in China
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Jan 27, 2011
This course will examine the impact that the religious traditions of China, including Confucianism, Taoism and Mahayana Buddhism, have had in shaping the social experiences, roles and images of women in twentieth-century China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Course Guide to EAS271: Modern China in Film and Fiction
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Oct 17, 2013
This course is an examination of twentieth-century Chinese society through cinematic productions and a critical reading of the writings of major Chinese writers in translation.
A Classics Research Guide
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
resources to help Classics, Ancient Mediterranean Studies, and the study of civilization and cultural achievements of ancient Greece and Rome
CL 190: Great Books of the Classical Canon
by Jong Hwan Lee - Last Updated Feb 15, 2012
This Class introduces students to some of the major authors, works, and genres of the Classical canon.
African Literature
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Mar 6, 2014
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
Literature and Environment Research Guide
by Christina Colvin - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Library and informational resources to assist students interested in ecocriticism, the interdisciplinary study of literature and environment
Library Survey Results & Analysis
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Feb 27, 2014
Here is where you will find results from the library's annual surveys, links to relevant statistics, etc.
DANC 190/THEA 190 - The Art of Eating
by James Steffen - Last Updated Sep 19, 2013
Dance Research Guide
by James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
History of Western Concert Dance
by James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 10, 2013
Yoga Research Guide
by Tim Bryson, James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
*Development Studies
by Tim Bryson, Hikmat Faraj, Phil MacLeod, Elizabeth McBride, Robert O'Reilly, Michael Page, Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Apr 10, 2014
Information resources to support Masters in Development Practice and other Emory development studies programs
Health and Disease in Africa
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 9, 2014
Emphasizing social science and historical resources rather than clinical research.
Sustainability Films for the Social Sciences
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Sep 30, 2010
A list of films exploring various aspects of sustainability of interest to social scientists. All films are held by Woodruff Library, Emory University. Reflects holdings through April 2010.
Sustainable Development (ANT 351)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Mar 7, 2014
Peggy Barlett, Spring 2014
Finding Dissertations
by Woodruff Library, Erich Wendt - Last Updated Nov 21, 2013
Economics Guide
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Economics Current Contents
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Dec 19, 2012
Data Services: Selected Data Resources for Economists
by Robert O'Reilly - Last Updated Oct 8, 2013
This guide is a collection of links to commonly-used data resources favored by Economists.
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 45
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
European Union Research
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Sep 26, 2011
Origins of Capitalism
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Jan 30, 2013
Hist/Econ 351
Grants, Fellowships & Scholarships for Undergraduates
by Erin Mooney - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Information for the Spring 2012 ECFS 190 ORDER class.
ECS 190: EXPOSED: Environmental Influences and How They Shape Us
by Erin Mooney - Last Updated Sep 18, 2013
Fall 2013 ORDER class
ECS 190: Risk and Resilience: May the odds be ever in your favor
by Erin Mooney - Last Updated Sep 19, 2013
ORDER class, Fall 2013
Educational Studies Research Guide
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
EDS 312: Comparative Education
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 2, 2014
Grants, Foundations, and Scholarships
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Guide to research grants, fellowships, and scholarships
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 45
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
English and North American Literature Research Guide
by Sandra Still - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
This is a general overview of the resources available in the subject area.
American Literature (MARBL)
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
British and Irish Literature (MARBL)
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Apr 9, 2012
The Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL) of Emory University has extensive book and manuscript holdings documenting the Irish literary revival and 20th century British and Irish poetry.
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
English 101: Connecting Past & Present, Civil Rights in America
by Erin Mooney - Last Updated Mar 20, 2014
A guide for Professor Dolan's English 101 course, Spring 2014
Literature and Environment Research Guide
by Christina Colvin - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Library and informational resources to assist students interested in ecocriticism, the interdisciplinary study of literature and environment
English 101: You Are What You Eat
by Erin Mooney - Last Updated Feb 17, 2014
A guide for Professor Schwenz's Spring 2014 course
U.S. Environmental Policy
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Aug 29, 2013
Learn how to find the hot topics and the legislation, debates, and stories behind the issues.
ENVS 458: Fishers & Fisheries
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Dec 16, 2013
Course taught by Dr. Tracy Yandle.
Sustainability Films for the Social Sciences
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Sep 30, 2010
A list of films exploring various aspects of sustainability of interest to social scientists. All films are held by Woodruff Library, Emory University. Reflects holdings through April 2010.
ENVS 225: Institutions & the Environment
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Taught by Dr. Tracy Yandle the class considers the form and function of existing social institutions used to govern environmental interactions and collective choice, including markets, bureaucracies and agencies, democracies, and NGOs.
Mvskoke (Creek) Language & Ecology
by Jennifer Doty, Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Sep 24, 2013
To support Environmental Studies 385 course taught by Rosemary Maxey and Stefanie Pierce. Cross-listed as AMST385-002, IDS385-003, LING385-002.
Literature and Environment Research Guide
by Christina Colvin - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Library and informational resources to assist students interested in ecocriticism, the interdisciplinary study of literature and environment
Ecology
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Sustainable Development (ANT 351)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Mar 7, 2014
Peggy Barlett, Spring 2014
ENVS 235 - Natural Disasters
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Apr 22, 2014
Dr. Anne Hall's course
A Film Studies Research Guide
by James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Film and Entertainment Industry
by James Steffen - Last Updated Dec 3, 2010
Designed mainly for researching recent trends in the film and entertainment industry.
Resources for Film History Research
by James Steffen - Last Updated Mar 26, 2010
Television Research Guide
by James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
DVD-LEND at the Music and Media Library
by James Steffen - Last Updated Jul 21, 2011
Learn the basics about DVD-LEND circulation privileges and how to find them EUCLID. Includes handy instant search links.
FILM 392R-000 American Comedy
by James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 1, 2013
FILM 403 - The Biz
by James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 7, 2013
FILM 270 - Intro to Film (Schreiber)
by James Steffen - Last Updated Nov 7, 2013
French Language and Literature Research Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
French Language and Literature Research Guide
FRENCH 314/331
by Ann Vidor - Last Updated Mar 11, 2009
What Is Interpretation? / Studies in the Early Period.
French and Francophone Culture
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Oct 11, 2013
French 313
Geography and Maps
by Michael Page - Last Updated Mar 5, 2010
A guide to resources in geography, cartography, geospatial technologies, and the use of geographic information (maps and data) in research.
Topographic Maps
by Michael Page - Last Updated Mar 5, 2010
A guide to access and use of paper and digital topographic maps
German Language and Literature Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
A Woodruff Library Research Guide for the study of German Literature and Language.
Fertility and Mortality in Cultural Context (GHCS 300R)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Mar 7, 2013
Fall 2011, Dr. Parsons
Gender and Global Health (GHCS 300R)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Mar 7, 2013
Spring 2013, Dr. Michelle Parsons
Global Health: Biosocial Model (ANT 338W)
by Lori Jahnke, Robert O'Reilly - Last Updated Oct 1, 2013
Dr. Carol Worthman, Deanne Dunbar, Fall 2013
Health and Disease in Africa
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 9, 2014
Emphasizing social science and historical resources rather than clinical research.
All Americans Will Pull Together.. .
The Federal Government’s Evolving Role in Dealing with Disaster

by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Guide accompanying exhibit of primary and secondary sources related to twentieth century disasters. Woodruff Library, Third floor New Book Rotunda
U.S. Government Documents
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
EndNote
by Brian Croxall, Erin Mooney - Last Updated Feb 20, 2014
EndNote is a database program for managing bibliographic citations. It can automate much of the work of organizing and formatting citations and bibliographies in your writing.
Managing Your Digital Research Assets
by Jennifer Doty - Last Updated Oct 10, 2013
Ten Things for Grad Students to Know about the Libraries
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins, Woodruff Library, Erin Mooney, Chris Pollette - Last Updated Aug 29, 2013
Ten Things for Graduate Students to Know About the Emory Libraries
Zotero
by Jon Bodnar, Lloyd Busch, Erin Mooney - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
Zotero is a Firefox addon that collects, manages, and cites research sources. It's free and easy to use.
Evolutionary Medicine (ANT 334)
by Lori Jahnke - Last Updated Jul 15, 2013
Howard Chiou, Dr. Melvin Konner, Spring 2013
Health and Disease in Africa
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 9, 2014
Emphasizing social science and historical resources rather than clinical research.
New SciFinder Accounts
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Feb 28, 2014
For new faculty and students interested in accessing Scifinder will need to start here.
Atlanta Research Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Civil War Research Guide (MARBL)
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Sep 25, 2013
This guide provides descriptions of manuscript collections related to the Civil War organized by topic.
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
Primary Sources Research Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
How do I find Newspapers?
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 16, 2013
Atlanta Research Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Atlanta Newspaper Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Nov 20, 2013
AAS 485: Garvey & Garveyism
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
All Americans Will Pull Together.. .
The Federal Government’s Evolving Role in Dealing with Disaster

by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Guide accompanying exhibit of primary and secondary sources related to twentieth century disasters. Woodruff Library, Third floor New Book Rotunda
Civil War Research Guide (MARBL)
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Sep 25, 2013
This guide provides descriptions of manuscript collections related to the Civil War organized by topic.
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
HIST495: Introduction to Historical Interpretation (History Honors)
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 23, 2013
Guide for history honors students.
Primary Sources for Colonial America
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Guide to resources for the study of colonial America.
Primary Sources on Women's History
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Primary Sources for Twentieth Century America
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Primary source databases for the study of 20th century American history.
Civil Rights Cold Cases
by Erica Bruchko, Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Oct 25, 2012
HIST190: Vaccines and Society
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Feb 7, 2014
AMST387: A Nation of Immigrants
by Erica Bruchko, James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 25, 2012
Examines the diverse experiences of immigrants from the two eras of mass migration to the United States.
AAS490/HIST488: African American Freedom Struggles
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Feb 20, 2013
Library resources for African American Studies colloquium.
AAS267: The Civil Rights Movement
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
HIST488: American Poverty
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Women and Religion in the Atlantic World, c. 1600-1800
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Mar 5, 2014
History 487RW-000
Researching Lincoln
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Mar 25, 2014
European History: A Basic Research Guide
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
A short guide to the various types of information resources available when studying European history.
Primary Sources Research Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
Course Guide to History 489SWR: JR/SR Colloquium: History of Western Medicine in China
by Guo-Hua Wang - Last Updated Sep 4, 2008
This course reviews the history of Western medicine in China from the Jesuits to the SARS epidemic with particular focus on the late l9th and 20th centuries.
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
AAS 412: War Crimes and Genocide
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 18, 2014
Guide to library resources for the course War Crimes and Genocide. It explores the development of international law, international consciousness and U.S. foreign policy on the two distinct but often related issues of war crimes and genocide.
Germany's Coming to Terms with its Nazi Past
by Tarina Rosen, Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Guide for HIST 487R/JS 490R/GER460R: Germany's Coming to Terms with its Nazi Past: Memory, Politics and Society after 1945
HIST495: Introduction to Historical Interpretation (History Honors)
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 23, 2013
Guide for history honors students.
AAS 385: US Cold War and Foreign Policy
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Guide to library resources for the course US Cold War and Foreign Policy
Jane Austen's World
by Alain St. Pierre, James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
A short research guide for History 190-001
Love and Sex in Renaissance Europe
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Re-emergence: Jewish Life in Post WWII Germany
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Oct 5, 2010
Hist 385-006
Renaissance Women Writers
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Revolutionary France, 1750-1815
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
History 308
Migrations & Minorities: Germany
by Tarina Rosen, Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Feb 6, 2013
HIST 487R-001
Jewish Life in Nazi Germany
by Tarina Rosen, Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Feb 6, 2013
HIst 487w/WRT
The French Revolution and Napoleon
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
HIST 508
Origins of Capitalism
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Jan 30, 2013
Hist/Econ 351
Women and Religion in the Atlantic World, c. 1600-1800
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Mar 5, 2014
History 487RW-000
EndNote
by Brian Croxall, Erin Mooney - Last Updated Feb 20, 2014
EndNote is a database program for managing bibliographic citations. It can automate much of the work of organizing and formatting citations and bibliographies in your writing.
HIST495: Introduction to Historical Interpretation (History Honors)
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 23, 2013
Guide for history honors students.
Zotero
by Jon Bodnar, Lloyd Busch, Erin Mooney - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
Zotero is a Firefox addon that collects, manages, and cites research sources. It's free and easy to use.
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
IDS216: Visual Studies: The Image
by Kim Collins, James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 11, 2013
This course is designed to introduce the history and theory of visual studies through an exploration of the image, more specifically, the photographic image.
ILA 790: Call and Response
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins - Last Updated Jan 6, 2012
Theorizing Culture, Race and Gender in Racial Formations, ILA 790 is a introductory prose Seminar in African American Studies.
Literature and Environment Research Guide
by Christina Colvin - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Library and informational resources to assist students interested in ecocriticism, the interdisciplinary study of literature and environment
Mvskoke (Creek) Language & Ecology
by Jennifer Doty, Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Sep 24, 2013
To support Environmental Studies 385 course taught by Rosemary Maxey and Stefanie Pierce. Cross-listed as AMST385-002, IDS385-003, LING385-002.
British and Irish Literature (MARBL)
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Apr 9, 2012
The Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL) of Emory University has extensive book and manuscript holdings documenting the Irish literary revival and 20th century British and Irish poetry.
Italian Studies Research Guide
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
Italian Studies Research Guide
Jewish Studies Research Guide
by Tarina Rosen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Jewish Studies Collections
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
Biblical Archaeology Research Guide
by Tarina Rosen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Holocaust Research Guide
by Tarina Rosen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Re-emergence: Jewish Life in Post WWII Germany
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Oct 5, 2010
Hist 385-006
Migrations & Minorities: Germany
by Tarina Rosen, Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Feb 6, 2013
HIST 487R-001
Jewish Life in Nazi Germany
by Tarina Rosen, Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Feb 6, 2013
HIst 487w/WRT
Germany's Coming to Terms with its Nazi Past
by Tarina Rosen, Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Guide for HIST 487R/JS 490R/GER460R: Germany's Coming to Terms with its Nazi Past: Memory, Politics and Society after 1945
Atlanta Newspaper Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Nov 20, 2013
Journalism 375W/Religion 375W
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
Journalism & Religion
Journalism 496: Internship in Journalism
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Feb 7, 2014
This guide supports the JRNL 496R: Internship in Journalism assignment on background information for media organizations.
Civil Rights Cold Cases
by Erica Bruchko, Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Oct 25, 2012
Latin American & Caribbean Studies
by Phil MacLeod - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Latin American Cinema Guide
by Phil MacLeod - Last Updated Aug 26, 2011
LACS 190 Visitor Meets Native
by Phil MacLeod - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
This guide is designed to help students with their research for their final paper assignment in Professor Goddard's Fall 2014 Freshman Seminar
LACS 363 Sugar & Rum
by Phil MacLeod - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
This Guide is designed to help students with their research for their final presentation for Professor Goddard's Spring 2014 course
LGBT Studies Research Guide
by James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
LGBT Newspapers, Journals and Magazines Quick Index
by James Steffen - Last Updated Mar 23, 2010
This guide will provide you with an alphabetical list of thousands of print resources available to you at Emory.
LGBT Studies Microfilm Research Guide
by James Steffen - Last Updated Mar 25, 2013
Alphabetical list of materials on microfilm that are available to Emory faculty, staff and students relating to gender, sexuality, and queer studies.
Primary Sources for LGBT Research
by James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
This guide identifies manuscript collections and rare book collections that may be useful for scholars and researchers of LGBT studies and the history of sexuality in the U.S.
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 46
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 45
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
Information for Social Scientists - Issue 44
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
March 2010 | Issue 44 | A publication of the Emory General Libraries
Information for Social Scientists - Issue 43
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
October 2009 | Issue 43 | A publication of the Emory General Libraries
Information for Social Scientists - Issue 42
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
April 2009 | Issue 42 | A publication of the Emory General Libraries
Information for Social Scientists - Issue 41
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
January 2009 | Issue 41 | A publication of the Emory General Libraries
Information for Social Scientists - Issue 40
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
September 2008 | Issue 40 | A publication of the Emory General Libraries
Information for Social Scientists - Newsletter Archive
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Archive of past and current issues of the publication.
Library Survey Results & Analysis
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Feb 27, 2014
Here is where you will find results from the library's annual surveys, links to relevant statistics, etc.
Preservation and Conservation
by Ann Frellsen - Last Updated Apr 22, 2014
Preservation resources
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 47 by Woodruff Library
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
The General Libraries continuing e-only newsletter that highlights information issues, resources and services of interest to Emory social scientists.
RIL: Recent literature on Libraries and Librarianship
by Erica Bruchko, Tim Bryson - Last Updated Jan 26, 2012
Recent literature on libraries and librarianship for RIL article reports.
Information for Social Scientists, Issue 48, March 2012
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Aug 5, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
Linguistics Research Guide
by Tarina Rosen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Mvskoke (Creek) Language & Ecology
by Jennifer Doty, Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Sep 24, 2013
To support Environmental Studies 385 course taught by Rosemary Maxey and Stefanie Pierce. Cross-listed as AMST385-002, IDS385-003, LING385-002.
Online Language Dictionaries
by Woodruff Library - Last Updated Aug 9, 2012
Dictionaries of foreign languages available online.
Harem Tales
by Tim Bryson - Last Updated Aug 22, 2013
WGS 190 = HIST 190 = MESAS 190
Classical Music Research Guide
by Joyce Clinkscales - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Primary Sources for Music
by Joyce Clinkscales - Last Updated Apr 21, 2014
Resources for Singers
by Joyce Clinkscales - Last Updated Jan 31, 2014
Popular Music Research Guide
by Joyce Clinkscales - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Jazz Research Guide
by Joyce Clinkscales - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
African American Newspaper Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Atlanta Newspaper Guide
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Nov 20, 2013
How do I find Newspapers?
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Sep 16, 2013
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
PHIL100 Basic Problems in Philosophy
by Jong Hwan Lee - Last Updated Jan 27, 2012
This course surveys basic problems in philosophy, such as questions concerning truth, knowledge, justice, beauty, and the good.
PHIL117 Nature/Environment/Sustainability
by Jong Hwan Lee - Last Updated Jan 31, 2012
This course will serve as an introduction to the central questions and themes in philosophy of nature and environment.
Philosophy LibGuide
by Woodruff Library, Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Philosophy of Social Sciences
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Sep 12, 2012
PHIL 122
New SciFinder Accounts
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Feb 28, 2014
For new faculty and students interested in accessing Scifinder will need to start here.
Political Science Research Guide
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
American Politics Research Guide
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
International Relations
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Data Services: Selected Data Resources for Political Science
by Robert O'Reilly - Last Updated Sep 24, 2013
This is a compilation of commonly-used data resources for Political Scientists. The "Classic Rock" of Data, if you will.
AAS 385: US Cold War and Foreign Policy
by Erica Bruchko, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Guide to library resources for the course US Cold War and Foreign Policy
Electronic Data Center: Selected Data Resources on the European Union
by Robert O'Reilly - Last Updated Sep 11, 2011
This guide is a collection of links to data resources relevant for studying the European Union.
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 45
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
Political Science Film Guide
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Jun 10, 2008
U.S. Environmental Policy
by Kristan Majors Chilcoat - Last Updated Aug 29, 2013
Learn how to find the hot topics and the legislation, debates, and stories behind the issues.
U.S. Government Documents
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
U.S. Public Policy Research
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
European Union Research
by Chris Palazzolo - Last Updated Sep 26, 2011
Preservation and Conservation
by Ann Frellsen - Last Updated Apr 22, 2014
Preservation resources
Psychology Research Guide
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 45
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
PSYC 190: Social Influence
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Sep 12, 2013
PSYC 212: Social Psychology
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Mar 26, 2014
*Current Articles in Psychology Journals
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Jun 7, 2013
This LibGuide contains RSS feeds from top psychology journals.
PSYC 330: Personality Theories
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Sep 26, 2013
PSYC 111: Introduction to Psychology II, Fall 2013 - Kim
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Oct 16, 2013
Psychology 111
Open Access
by Melanie Kowalski, Lisa Macklin - Last Updated Mar 4, 2014
Religious Studies
by Tim Bryson - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Comparative and non-Christian religions
Journalism 375W/Religion 375W
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
Journalism & Religion
Yoga Research Guide
by Tim Bryson, James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Women and Religion in the Atlantic World, c. 1600-1800
by Alain St. Pierre - Last Updated Mar 5, 2014
History 487RW-000
Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies Research Guide
by Tarina Rosen - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
Guide to doing research on Russia and the former Soviet republics and the countries of Eastern Europe
* A Sociology Research Guide
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
Covers major background sources, databases, and web sites related to sociology.
Data Services: Selected Data Resources for Sociologists
by Robert O'Reilly - Last Updated Sep 2, 2013
This guide is a collection of links to commonly-used data resources favored by Sociologists.
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 45
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
Research Guide to Urban Atlanta
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
A guide to locating current information about the Atlanta urban area.
Sociology Graduate Students
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Overview of sociology resources for beginning graduate students
*Sociology Research Guide: Criminology & Miscarriage of Justice
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
Reviews reference books, databases and web sites dealing with criminology and miscarriage of justice including capital punishment.
Sustainability Films for the Social Sciences
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Sep 30, 2010
A list of films exploring various aspects of sustainability of interest to social scientists. All films are held by Woodruff Library, Emory University. Reflects holdings through April 2010.
*Sociology Journals: Current Contents
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 13, 2013
TOC of major journals in the field
Climate Change and Society
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Jun 17, 2013
Resources to support SOC 389-002: Sociology of Climate Change
Sociology Methods: Finding Information
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
A quick guide to sociological research methods to collect and evaluate information on your topic.
Spanish 312. Teorias e historias del teatro, cine y performance hispanos
by Phil MacLeod - Last Updated Feb 23, 2014
This guide is designed to help students with their research for Professor Carrion's Spring 2014 Semester Course
Spanish 301
by Phil MacLeod - Last Updated Feb 26, 2014
This guide is designed to help students conduct their research to write their final essay for Spanish 301
Theater Studies Research Guide
by James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
THEA 210 : Reading for Performance
by James Steffen - Last Updated Apr 18, 2013
DANC 190/THEA 190 - The Art of Eating
by James Steffen - Last Updated Sep 19, 2013
Women's Gender, and Sexuality Studies Research Guide
by Jennifer J. Elder - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
This is a general overview of resources in the field.
Women's History
by MARBL Research Services - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
Emory Writing Center
by Sean Byrnes, Woodruff Library - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
Information for Social Scientists-Issue 45
by Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Ongoing library newsletter intended for faculty and graduate students in the social sciences
Primary Sources on Women's History
by Erica Bruchko - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Harem Tales
by Tim Bryson - Last Updated Aug 22, 2013
WGS 190 = HIST 190 = MESAS 190

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