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The subject guides are a rich source of information for research in the field, containing links to relevant databases, statistics, online reference works, and more.
Databases specific to your discipline provide better access to articles, improved searching, and other additional services that can help guide your research. In addition to research guides that are specific to a major, there are many other guides available that are specific to areas of study that cover multiple disciplines (such as African American Studies).
Here is a select list of subject guides:
Below is a selection of reference databases that the Library subscribes to. You can also browse the entire list on the library's web site.
Drop by the reference desk for help, or call us at (617)373-2356.
To make an appointment for a research consultation, contact the subject specialist for the discipline listed:
Anthropology: Christine Oka
Business: Khyle Hannan
Communication Studies: Brooke Williams
Criminal Justice: Roxanne Palmatier
Economics: Roxanne Palmatier
History: Karen Merguerian
Human Services: Christine Oka
International Affairs: Roxanne Palmatier
Journalism: Brooke Williams
Political Science: Roxanne Palmatier
Psychology: Kathy Herrlich
Sociology: Christine Oka