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HUM 313 Western Culture III: Resistance and Change (Lisa Smith): Home

The specific focus of this section is important documents, artwork, ideas, and movements of nineteenth- and twentieth-century Western society that argue for change or resist or question prevailing attitudes and structures.

Getting to Know Your Individual

For a quick overview of the life and contributions of an individual, find the person in this database and specifically one of more of the entries in the "Biographies" section.

Search the library catalog.  Print and e-books will provide more information about your individual's contributions.   Use the book's table of contents and index.  If using an e-book, you can easily search the full-text; for print books, you may be able to search a digitized version in Google Books to locate pages mentioning your topic (although you won't be able to read the full-text online).

Background Information

Look up people, places and events to establish context

Locate subject specific articles

Add one or more of these subject specific databases to our large general database, Academic Search Complete (all are EBSCOhost databases)

Need more information?

While Pepperdine only subscribes to the full-text of modules I, II, and III of JSTOR, you can search all of JSTOR by going to the Advanced Search and selecting the Access Type: All Content.  If the full-text is not available in another of our library's databases, you can easily obtain it through InterLibrary Loan.

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