FirstSearch is the classic interface for the WorldCat database, but also includes access to additional databases for article searching and search features for both novice and expert researchers.
This multidisciplinary seminar builds on Introduction to Canada by focusing on Québec from a variety of perspectives. A distinct society with French as its dominant language and culture, Québec is unique within North America. Its geography, history, culture, economics, politics and place in the Canadian Confederation are explored, as well as Québec’s presence on the world stage as a member of the Francophonie. Throughout, the French influence on the rest of North America is examined. Prerequisite: CNS 101.
Books and other materials in libraries worldwide.
National and global contemporary public policy issues ranging from public health, the environment, housing, human and civil rights.
Political science literature US foreign & international.
Formerly LexisNexis Academic. More than 17,000 national and international news, business, and legal sources.
Formerly NewspaperDirect PressDisplay. Current U.S. and international newspapers and magazines; full-text, full-color format.
Indexes scholarship pertaining to literature, language, linguistics, and folklore. Includes citations to scholarly journal articles and book reviews.
Indexes the scholarship of literature, literary movements, and literary criticism. Contains significant full text of articles from scholarly journals and literary magazines, critical essays, and work and topic overviews.