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HIS 598: China in Revolution, 1895-1976: Getting Started

a special topic course guide

Getting Started

In this research guide you'll find resources to support research in Chinese history including:

  • Scholarly articles and books
  • Primary source databases
  • Digital collections
  • Help with managing your bibliographies and citations, Chicago Manual of Style

Helpful starting points can be reviewing reference works such as The Oxford Illustrated History of Modern China available through the library.

For more help with conducting historical research, check out the Historical Research Guide.

*Please feel free to contact me at any time for research assistance and consultations.*

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Digital Humanities Librarian & Academic Liaison to History

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Jennifer Hootman
Contact:
William T. Young Library, 1-15
500 S. Limestone Street
Lexington, KY 40506-0456
(859) 218-2284
Subjects: History