Understanding the European Union: A Concise Introduction. 5th ed.
NOTE: the 2005 edition is available at the library.
The Freedom to be Racist? How the United States and Europe Struggle to Preserve Freedom and Combat Racism.
Migration and Domestic Work (eBook)
Start by writing a question or statement that describes your topic. For example:
Who is an Ethnic? What does this mean for Identity?
Here are some questions to help you get started with a class assignment or research project; you may have others.
The Library provides access to an image database, ARTstor, for educational use.
Search the library catalog option in Scholar OneSearch for media resources, such as the video,
Ressources humaines = Human resources.
Visit the Library's Digital Media Design Studio to learn about other
multimedia resources and fair use practices.
The Library provides access to Data and Statistics and we also have statistical
handbooks in the Reference Collection.
Use iPOLL Databank for national public opinion poll questions and answers
from the past 70+ years.
Try Scholar OneSearch for "transnational migration" or
muslim "non-muslim countries". NOTE: the quotations will search the words as phrases..
Choose an article search tool recommended in the Research Guides by Subject,
such as the Religion, History, or International Affairs.
Use a specialized journal, such as
TIP: change the
SU Subject Terms option to SO Journal Source.
Use one of our Newspaper resources.
Do I need a primary source - eyewitness account, original document?
(What is a primary source?)
You may wish to visit the University Archives or consult a staff member at the
Research Assistance Desk.
For EU primary sources, check the Archives of European Integration at the
University of Pittsburgh.
Most library materials, whether they be books, articles, audio, videos, images, or many types of software, have restrictions on how they can be used or integreted with other materials. Federal Copyright law gives the creators or authors of these materials protections against unfair use or reproduction. At the same time, federal law allows certain leeway for "fair use" of these resources for educational purposes.
Because of the complex and evolving nature of copyright law, rather than try to explain its nuances, this guide points to well known and detailed sites that do just that. They are listed below.
In addition, the following links are to additional information on copyright from the NU Libraries.
NU Libraries Copyright information
Section of the Multimedia Guide pertaining to copyright