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HIST 900-001 Crafting an Historical Project  

This course is for students in HIST 900-001, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Spring 2013.
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What's in this Guide?

This guide provides access to a number of resources that will support your research in HIST 900 as you develop your MA thesis.

The different tabs in this guide point to tools to help you identify and find secondary sources relevant to your topic, find electronic versions of scholarly articles, and delve into digital collections of primary sources.

The three subject librarians shown on this guide are here to assist you personally not just in this phase of your graduate work but also in later stages.

An earlier, more general, guide is still available


Funding Sources

During the course of your graduate work, you may look for funding to support your research, such as travel money.  This guide links to a number of funding databases and similar opportunities.


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