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HS 101: Renaissance and Reformation  

Western Civilization. To support HS101
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Getting Started

Contained within this document are selected resources at the Monmouth University Library, useful for locating information about Europe circa 1350-1600.  For additional resources, search the Library catalog or call the reference desk at 732.571.3438.   You can also email a reference librarian with your question:



Interlibrary Loan

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Selected Starter Resources for this Subject

Starter Resources are very broad-based, general resources that are used only in the earliest stages of research when the researcher is seeking an overview of a topic or is attempting to narrow an overly broad topic.  In the context of college-level research assignments, they are merely gateway resources and as such, should not be used in place of in-depth, substantive sources.  See the other tabs for a selection of books, databases, and websites that offer more detailed, focused information.

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