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Below are links to periodicals by subject:

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Below are links to periodicals by subject that we own:

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Women’s Studies

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This link below takes you to a list of journals that can be found within our databases. Journals listed may or may not be full text.

Electronic Journals

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Try a keyword search on your topic. If it’s a name or a phrase, put it in quotes to get more relevant results. If you’re stuck for keywords to use, do some background research on your topic in encyclopedias and other reference sources. (:html:) <form class=“unpadded” action=“http://library.dowling.edu/search/” method=“get” name=“search” id=“search” style=“border:0;”> <select name=“searchtype”> <option value=“X” selected=“selected”>Keyword</option> <option value=“t”>Title</option> <option value=“a”>Author</option> <option value=“d”>Subject</option> <option value=“c”>Call Number</option> </select>

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Ancient history atlas. This simple atlas is useful for visualizing empires and movements.
Hammond historical atlas of the world. A collection of maps showing borders of significant empires, patterns of migration, population, and more.
Muir’s historical atlas: Ancient, medieval, and modern. This is one of the classic historical atlases. This atlas is useful for locating places.
The Anchor atlas of world history. This multi-volume atlas is useful for tracing migrations, movements, and themes through history, i.e., path of Bubonic Plague, Roman roads in Britain.\\

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Hammond atlas of world history.

A collection of maps showing borders of significant empires, patterns of migration, population, and more.\\
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Women in world history:a biographical encyclopedia.
Chambers biographical dictionary. A single volume encyclopedia containing major figures in world history.
Encyclopedia of world biography. Multi-volume encyclopedia containing major figures in world history.
Great lives from history: Ancient and Medieval series. A five-volume set of biographical sketches, arranged alphabetically, of 470 individuals whose contributions influenced world culture and the social development of societies flourishing in earlier centuries.\\

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Women in world history:a biographical encyclopedia.
Chambers biographical dictionary.
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Great lives from history: Ancient and Medieval series.
→A five-volume set of biographical sketches, arranged alphabetically, of 470 individuals whose contributions influenced world culture and the social development of societies flourishing in earlier centuries.\\

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The Harper encyclopedia of military history : from 3500 BC to the present.\\

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  • Citation of Sources
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  • Chicago