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HIST 103 - Europe in the World to 1600 / Olson, Jeannine by Tish Brennan

A sampling of resources useful for research in this course
Subjects: History Tags: Medieval Europe, Renaissance Europe


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Tish Brennan, Associate Professor
Reference and Research Support
James P. Adams Library


Welcome, History students.

This course guide contains a small group of recommended tools for finding academic sources on topics pertaining to the theme of this course.


Getting started:


Before searching for academic books and articles, you might look for a topical overview, background information, or general explanation of the issue you're studying. Credo Reference, a tool containing full text entries from specialized encyclopedias and other reference books, is a good place to look for overviews and explanations.



Jews burned alive for alleged religious desecration (Deggendorf, Bavaria, 1338) as portrayed in the Nuremberg Chronicle (1493)

Jews burned alive for the alleged religious desecration (Deggendorf, Bavaria,1338); a woodcut from the Nuremberg Chronicle (1493)

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