Database searches yield the best results for articles. They allow you to search just for articles, and even to limit your results to scholarly sources. You can learn more about databases on the Research Hub.
The databases listed here are particularly useful for this course.
Go to the library at www.southwestern.edu/library-and-it/ to search the catalog and databases. Bookmark for future use. Also find it on the SU app.
Create a list of words or concepts related to your topic and use them to search the catalog. When you find a good book, the Description in the book's record lists contents and subject headings. Clicking on a Subjects link will pull up other books on that topic. You can also browse the shelf for related titles.
Primary sources are generally created by a participant in, or direct observer of, an event. In the field of history, formats can include books or articles published during a time under study, recorded or transcribed interviews, government documents, films, letters, diaries, photographs or works of art. They may be used in their original format or reproduced in print or electronically.
Always cite your sources! Providing a citation credits sources you use, helps other readers locate a source, and is an important element of academic honesty.
Turabian Quick Guide covers the basics of Turabian style. The Student's Guide has more detailed information and can be found in the Research Commons and on Reserve.