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History: Journal Articles
History, from ancient to modern, including American history.
Unlike most databases, JSTOR has plenty of content published before the 1990s, but it does not have full-text for the most recent 2-3 years. Articles in all subjects, but especially good for history, area studies, the arts and humanities, mathematics, environmental science, etc. Help using JSTOR.Help creating a permalink in JSTOR.
Content is evaluated by other experts before publication
All information sources are cited
Some databases have all scholarly material. Others have an option to search for only scholarly/peer-reviewed articles. The videos below will help you make sense of the differences between scholarly and peer-reviewed articles.
You now need to go into Settings to get ESC library fulltext through Google Scholar. Please check out the Google Scholar how to for new instructions!
Know the title of the article you're looking for? Use this tool to search for it (in quotes.) You can also use this tool to search for scholarly articles across multiple databases and in institutional repositories. Help using Google Scholar.
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