HISTORY 375: The Cold War—From World War II to the End of the Soviet Empire (Spring 2022) : Welcome
Welcome to the Library Course Guide for History 375: The Cold War—From World War II to the End of the Soviet Empire.
This guide is intended to help you with research for your essay assignment.
This guide includes information about how to find
- books & more using the Library Catalog and Website
- journal, newspaper, and magazine articles using library databases
- government documents including Congressional hearings & reports
- other useful resources
Use the blue buttons on the left to view the different sections of this guide.
If you need additional help with research for this course or guide, please contact the corresponding librarian as identified by geographic region at Memorial Library, Andy Spencer, East European/Middle East Studies Bibliographer, Laura Martin, Ibero-American Studies Librarian, Larry Ashmun, Southeast Asian & Hmong Studies Bibliographer, Anlin Yang, East Asian Studies Librarian, and Cynthia Bachhuber, Instruction Coordinator - North American History Librarian at the Wisconsin Historical Society Library.
Memorial Library and the Wisconsin Historical Society Library are the primary libraries for research in this class. The Wisconsin Historical Society Library collects resources pertaining to Wisconsin and North American history. Memorial Library collects resources pertaining to the history of the rest of the world.