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A Guide to the Genome: Personal Genetics in the 21st Century
by Amy Anderson - Last Updated Jan 15, 2014
Research help for Dr. Benjamin Pierce's First-Year Seminar.
Acquisitions Staff Links
by Dana Hendrix, Mary Peck - Last Updated May 17, 2014
These links are used frequently by the library's acquisition specialists in their work; many of them may be of use to faculty, staff, and students as well.
Action Research in Education
by Theresa Zelasko - Last Updated May 28, 2014
The study of educational research as a means of interpreting, improving and substantiating educational practices.
American & British Literature: Special Collections Resources
by Jesse Saunders, Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated Mar 6, 2014
Special Collections Resources for English and American Literature Students
Art & Art History: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix, Katherine Hooker - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Resources for your art history and studio art research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web
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Beginning Chemistry Research Guide
by Amy Anderson - Last Updated May 8, 2014
Brief Guide to Copyright & Fair Use
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Sep 30, 2013
Brown Symposium XXXVI - Healing: The Art & Science of Medicine
by Dana Hendrix, Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated Feb 6, 2014
This guide is designed to help the Southwestern University community prepare for the Brown Symposium that will take place February 6-7, 2014.
Business, Economics & Accounting: Subject Guide
by Theresa Zelasko - Last Updated Jun 6, 2014
Library and research resources for the areas of Business, Economics & Accounting
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Censorship, Intellectual Freedom, and Banned Books
by Stephen Viziete, Theresa Zelasko - Last Updated Oct 4, 2013
The library promotes the freedom to read even if the material is considered unorthodox or unpopular. The librarians stress the importance of ensuring the availability of those viewpoints to all who wish to read them.
Citing Sources
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
Classics: Subject Guide
by Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated May 8, 2014
Cognitive Psychology -- Resources @ SLC
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
Company & Industry Research
by Theresa Zelasko - Last Updated Jun 6, 2014
Information about finding and using important business information resources
Comparative Politics (Spring 2012)
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
COSTUME DESIGN
by Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated Dec 6, 2013
COSTUME DESIGN
Creative Writing: The Short-Short Story Form as Social Commentary
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Aug 26, 2013
Notes for library research in Professor John Pipkin's Fall 2013 First-Year Seminar
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Dave Eggers: 2011 Writer's Voice Author
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
Lists of books and other works by and about Dave Eggers, who visited SU in November 2011 as the library's guest in the Writer's Voice Series.
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East Asian Art & Architecture
by Dana Hendrix, Katherine Hooker - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Research aid for students in Prof. Allison Miller's Introduction to East Asian Art and Architecture class at Southwestern University
Education: Subject Guide
by Theresa Zelasko - Last Updated May 13, 2014
English: Subject Guide
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated May 13, 2014
Environmental History of the Ancient World
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Sep 27, 2013
Research Guide
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Feminist Studies: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated May 13, 2014
Resources for your feminist studies research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web
Finding Biographical Resources
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
Finding Book Reviews
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
The SLC resources you'll need to find good book reviews.
Finding Film Reviews
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
The SLC'S online and print resources where you can find film reviews and criticism
Finding Government Documents
by Joan Parks - Last Updated May 1, 2014
Tips and instructions on how to find your way through the confusing world of government documents
Finding News Sources
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Nov 6, 2013
Finding Primary Sources
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
A guide to finding primary sources at Smith Library.
Finding Statistical Sources
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
A guide to statistical resources, at the SLC and on the Web.
Food Studies
by Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated Dec 5, 2013
Food Studies
From Marginalized Experience to Transformative Political Force: The Case of Latinas/os in Contemporary United States
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 19, 2014
Library and Research Guide for Omar Rivera's Advanced Entry Seminar (AES)
From Stone Tablets to Youtube. Professor Michael Saenger
by Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
From Stone Tablets to Youtube: How Did Texts Shine Differently Before Digital Screens Illuminated Them?
Funky City: New Orleans from Creoles to Katrina
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Sep 16, 2013
Notes for library research in Professor Thomas McClendon's Fall 2013 First-Year Seminar
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Gender and Generation in Africa
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
A guide to library research for students in Prof. Thomas McClendon's Spring 2013 Gender and Generation in Africa class.
German Language & Literature: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated May 14, 2014
Resources for your German language and literature research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web
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History Research Seminar
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Guide to Library Resources
History: Subject Guide
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated May 14, 2014
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Interdisciplinarity: Faculty and Librarian Resources
by Carol Fonken, Dana Hendrix, Theresa Zelasko - Last Updated May 28, 2014
A LibGuide for sharing links about interdisciplinarity and information fluency to support SU's Transforming Paideia program
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Jane Goodall: 2013 Shilling Lecturer
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
This guide is designed to help the Southwestern University community prepare for Jane Goodall's appearance on campus in the Shilling Lecture Series Tuesday, April 2, 2013.
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Latin American Studies: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated May 28, 2014
Resources for your Latin American studies research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web
Law and Legal Studies: Subject Guide
by Joan Parks - Last Updated May 15, 2014
Leadership -- Business & Economics
by Theresa Zelasko - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
Helpful library and online resources for students in the Leadership course.
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Maria Cotera and Linda Garcia Merchant: 2014 Jessie Daniel Ames Lecturers
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Mar 21, 2014
Maria Cotera and Linda Garcia Merchant's public multimedia presentation on Wed., Apr. 23, will be "Transforming Feminist Scholarship and Pedagogy Through Digital Media: The Chicana por mi Raza Digital Archive Project."
Mathematical Models
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 21, 2014
This guide is designed to help you locate library resources for Math Modeling.
Mathematics and Computer Science Subject Guide
by Jesse Saunders - Last Updated May 15, 2014
Resources for your Math & Computer Science research at the Smith Library Center and on the Web.
Mediterranean Mingling: a Paideia Cluster Guide
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
What do we mean by the Mediterranean World? What cultures and traditions comprise the Mediterranean world? How have these cultures and traditions interacted in the past and today?
Mesoamerican and Andean Art
by Dana Hendrix, Katherine Hooker - Last Updated Jun 9, 2014
Research aid for students in Prof. Patrick Hajovsky's classes at Southwestern University
Mira Nair: 2010 Writer's Voice Author
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
Lists of films and other works by and about Mira Nair, who visited SU in November 2010 as the library's guest in the Writer's Voice Series.
Modern Tibet: Politics / Culture
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
Music: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated May 15, 2014
Resources for your music research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web
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Oh, the Places You'll Go: Travel, Tourism, and Public Memory
by Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
Prof. Valerie Renegar's FYS
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Philosophy: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated May 16, 2014
Resources for your philosophy research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web
POLITICAL ETHICS: A Contradiction in Terms?
by Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
Research help for Professor Tim O'Neill's FYS class
Political Science: Subject Guide
by Kathryn Stallard - Last Updated May 21, 2014
Psychology: Subject Guide
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 21, 2014
PsycINFO
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
A brief tutorial on using the EBSCOhost database PsycINFO
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Racial and Ethnic Political Behavior (Course Number: 32-304-03)
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 21, 2014
This guide is designed to help you locate library resources for Dr. Huang's fall 2012 Racial and Ethnic Political Behavior class.
Religion: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated May 15, 2014
Resources for your religion research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web
Representing Gender: a Paideia Cluster Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
How do sex and gender vary across space, place, and time? Why is the world sexed and gendered? What are the consequences of living in a sexed and gendered world?
Roadside America
by Jesse Saunders - Last Updated Aug 20, 2013
Research help for Dr. Bob Bednar's First Year Seminar Course.
Robots in Fact and Fiction
by Hong Yu - Last Updated Aug 13, 2013
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Scott Simon: 2014 Shilling Lecturer
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Mar 13, 2014
This guide is designed to help the Southwestern University community prepare for Scott Simon's appearance in the Shilling Lecture Series Tuesday, March 25, 2014. The lecture is part of the inaugural events for SU's 15th President, Dr. Edward Burger.
Secret Life of Metaphor
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Sep 12, 2013
Research guide for Dr. Kilfoyle's First-Year Seminar
September 11, Terrorism, and Response
by Joan Parks - Last Updated May 8, 2014
Research guide for students in Dr. Bob Snyder's Fall First-Year Seminar.
Slavery and Freedom in the Atlantic
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Resources for research
Social Patterns and Processes -- Resources @ SLC
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
Library guide for SOC34-114-02, Fall semester. Professor Angela Frederick's class.
Sociology and Anthropology: Subject Guide
by Joan Parks - Last Updated May 23, 2014
Spanish Language & Literature: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated May 8, 2014
Resources for your Spanish language and literature research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web.
Suzan-Lori Parks: 2012 Writer's Voice Author
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
Lists of plays and other works by and about Suzan-Lori Parks, who visited SU in November 2012 as the library's guest in the Writer's Voice Series.
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T.C. Boyle: 2013 Writer's Voice Author
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Sep 25, 2013
This guide is designed to help the Southwestern University community prepare for T.C. Boyle's appearance on campus in the Writer's Voice Series Nov. 12, 2013.
Taking the Pulse of Global Health: a Paideia Cluster Guide
by Theresa Zelasko - Last Updated May 28, 2014
This cluster seeks to address individual and societal definitions of health; and how our notions of health are shaped by a variety of demographic factors (such as culture, age and sex).
Talkin" Trash
by Joan Parks - Last Updated May 2, 2014
Humans have always left behind trash. But can you imagine 64 tons of garbage, including 15 tons of packaging alone? This is the lifetime amount generated by the a average American, and there are 300 million of us!
Texas Environmental History
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
The Science and Culture of Chocolate: Does Chocolate Have a Dark Side?
by Amy Anderson - Last Updated Aug 16, 2013
Research help for Dr. Romi Burke's First-Year Seminar.
Theatre: Subject Guide
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Dec 4, 2013
Resources for your Theatre research in the Smith Library Center and on the Web.
Tuning the Hemispheres: Music and the Brain
by Jesse Saunders - Last Updated Aug 20, 2013
Research support for Dr. Asbury's FYS.
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Understanding France Through its Food Culture
by Joan Parks - Last Updated May 2, 2014
Library and Research Guide for Francis Mathieu's First Year Seminar (FYS)
Understanding Race & Racism in the "Post-Racial Age" -- Resources @ SLC
by Joan Parks, Stephen Viziete - Last Updated Jul 7, 2014
Research help for Dr. Mel Johnson's First Year Seminar class.
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Wendy Brown: 2013 Jessie Daniel Ames Lecturer
by Dana Hendrix - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
Prof. Brown will be on campus Monday, April 8 as this year's Jessie Daniel Ames lecturer. Her lecture is titled "Homo Oeconomicus, Homo Politicus, and Predicaments of Contemporary Democracy."
Wheels and Deals: A Survey of Television Game Shows
by Amy Anderson - Last Updated Sep 9, 2013
Research help for Dr. Alison Marr's First-Year Seminar.
Women and Politics -- Resources @ SLC
by Joan Parks - Last Updated May 2, 2014
Your resource for doing research in women and politics.
Writer-in-Residence Speaker Series: Lesléa Newman
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Feb 21, 2014
"He Continues to Make a Difference: The Story of Matthew Shepard" Tuesday, March 4, 4:00pm Mood Bridwell Atrium
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Economic Development (ECO 444)
by Joan Parks - Last Updated Apr 17, 2014
A research guide to the sources you'll need for Dr. Roberts's Economic Development class
20th Century Comparative Race and Ethnicity
by Carol Fonken - Last Updated Feb 27, 2014
Guide to research resources for Dr. Shana Bernstein's AES

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