AFST 13186: Representing the Civil Rights Movement through History, Literature and Film (crosslisted with ENGL 13186)

General Information

The resources listed on this course page are not inclusive, but meant as possible starting points for research. 

Research Consultations:

You can contact me directly: porter.2@nd.edu
or schedule a consultation through the form at  Request a Research Consultation
or use the Ask a Librarian

Writing Center

Finding resources:

From the Library Homepage you can find books at Notre Dame and other libraries, DVDs, CDs, databases for articles from journals and newspapers and subject pages for most subject areas.

 

Databases by Subject

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
This service will borrow material not available at Notre Dame for you.  It is free, but please do not wait to the last minute to request material. Articles can be sent electronically, but books, microfilm and audio/video materials must be shipped from lending libraries and picked up in Hesburgh Library.

 

Citing Sources:

Various style guides, including Turabian

Chicago manual of style online, 15th edition

RefWorks
Description: A web-based bibliographic management tool that enables you to format your footnotes and bibliographies and store references in a personal database online.

Last Update: August 08, 2011 12:07