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World History

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    If the article or book you need is not available from FAU, you may request it through ILLiad. You will be notified by email when the book has arrived at the Jupiter Campus and when the article is delivered to you electronically.
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    WorldCat (World Catalog) is the world's most comprehensive bibliography and catalog representing over 400 languages and millions of bibliographic records. WorldCat can be used in conjunction with both the FAU Catalog and ILLiad to request items not available through FAU libraries.

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FAU HONORS COLLEGE THESES

 

The undergraduate senior thesis is the capstone project and point of pride for students in the Wilkes Honors College. The library holds theses in multiple disciplines and wide-ranging topical interests. Below is a link to the theses arranged according to the world history concentration:

Last updated on Dec 7, 2022 4:26 PM