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HIS 3150 Introduction to Historical Study: START HERE

Class Guide for Dr. Kollander's Introduction to Historical Study

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Summer 2020 Semester Hours (Boca Raton):

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“When the past no longer illuminates the future, the spirit walks in darkness.” 

Alexis de Tocqueville

About this Guide

This is the FAU Libraries class guide for HIS 3150: Introduction to Historical Study!  The goal of this page is to provide students with prompt access to FAU library resources in this subject. The following can be found on this page:

  • Books & E-Books: Access the FAU Libraries catalog to locate books and other library materials owned by the libraries. Broaden your search by looking through links to the Union Catalog and WorldCat.​
  • Articles & Theses: This page provides links to databases, or large, online collections of journal articles. Some databases also provide statistics and figures. Dissertation and theses can be identified and located through this page.
  • History Journals: Read scholarly literature published by professionals in the field.
  • Historical Info on the Web: Not all information on the internet is junk! This page provides links to governmental and research organizations.

For assistance in using the library or conducting research, contact me or another librarian!


Lawrence Mello, M.A., M.L.S.
Librarian Liaison for the FAU History Department

What is History for?

Subject Librarian

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Lawrence Mello
Assistant University Librarian with Instruction and Engagement Department

S.E. Wimberly Library, LY 149

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