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REL 479 - Senior Seminar
This guide is for Jason Fuller's Fall 2022 section of Religious Studies Senior Seminar.
You can limit your search to e-books, but if you find books that are only in print, but could really help you in your research, here are some options to try:
If there are one or two chapters that are helpful, use the Request Item option and change to the article/chapter tab to request specific parts of a book be scanned (note: the amount is generally limited to 1-2 chapters, due to copyright).
Request the entire item through interlibrary loan - a copy will be sent to campus for you to pick up from one of the libraries
Work with a librarian to talk about other ways we might be able to help.
Why search here? You need digitized access to books and journals otherwise not available electronically.
What's included? Full-text access and downloading is available for materials published before 1923, including: US federal government documents; works still protected by copyright, but made available to HathiTrust with the permission of the copyright holder.
Why search here? You want to read graduate student dissertations and theses on a topic - often giving you extensive bibliographies, and occasionally cutting edge research on new topics.
What's included? Index of doctoral dissertations and some master's theses from most North American and many European colleges and universities. Starts in 1743. Full text is available for over 1 million, mostly since 1996.