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University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

History 200A: The Sexual Revolution in Global Perspective

Introduces history majors to basic research library concepts (you should master before History 498). Provides both a broad overview of the source types collected by research libraries, and also lists specific sources relevant to research for this course.

On This Page

This page lists the most important information in the guide. If you look at no other page on this guide, please at least review this one. The most basic library tasks that all History 200 students should master are:

  • Finding a librarian
  • Finding books.
  • Finding journal articles.
  • Find more guides.

Find a Librarian

Celestina Savonius-Wroth is the History Librarian.

Cindy Ingold is the Gender and Women's Studies Librarian, and the LGBTQ Studies Librarian.

Contact these librarians to schedule a consultation, or to ask questions about your library research. For more librarians, see the Research Help from an Expert page on this guide.

Find Books

To find books, begin with the Library Catalog:

For more information on finding books, see the Books page on this guide.

Find Journal Articles

To find journal articles, begin with one of the following two article indexes:

For more information on finding journal articles and articles from other kinds of periodicals, see the Periodicals page on this guide.

Find More Guides

Credits

This guide was created by Geoffrey Ross, Spring 2021, with the exception of the page "Planning your Research," which was created by Geoffrey Ross, Mary Stuart, and Celestina Savonius-Wroth.