To find general resources, scroll down this page. Click on the tabs above to find more resources for the module you picked.
For Immigration, Refugees, and “Stateless” Rights AND Indigenous Rights and Settler Colonialism, look under Immigration & Indigenous Rights
For Justice, Violence, and Power AND Racial Reckoning and World History, look under Justice & Racial Reckoning
For Capitalism, Socialism, and the Meaning of Freedom AND Nationalism and the Claims of the Cold War, look under Capitalism & Nationalism
For Feminism in Contexts: Women’s Rights to Culture, look under Feminism in Contexts
Most of these sources contain both primary and secondary texts.
This guide provides assistance with research using primary sources, especially those we have available here at UNC Libraries in several formats: paper, republication, microfilm, and electronic. The database below helps identifies primary source repositories around the world.
UNC holds over two million Federal, international, and state documents, but not all of these are in the catalog. Still, the catalog is a great place to start your research, particularly for documents published after 1976.
A few other useful sources for finding government information are below:
When you search the library catalog, begin with a simple keyword search to identify one or more relevant resources. Keyword terms used to find primary sources can include:
|- Personal narratives||- Diaries|
|- Correspondence||- Letters|
|- Interviews||- Autobiography|
|- Memoirs||- Maps|
|- Pamphlets||- Speeches|
|- Sources||- Archives|
|- Archival Resources|