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Persepolis: 2011-2012 Book Selection for Wartburg's Readings in Common Program  

This research guide was customized for Wartburg College with permission from the original work of Jordana Shane, Information Literacy Coordinator at Paul J. Gutman Library at Philadelphia University.
Last Updated: Jul 19, 2012 URL: http://knightguides.wartburg.edu/persepolis Print Guide

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Overview

Welcome to the resource pages for The Complete Persepolis!

This guide points you toward information to deepen your understanding of the book.

Under each tab are links to sites and information publically available on the free web.

Pictured throughout are books available at Vogel Library.  Additional materials may be found at other area libraries as well.

If you have questions about Vogel Library resources or services, please call the library's Service Desk at 319-352-8500, chat using Meebo from the library's home page, email: asklibrarian@wartburg.edu, or contact a library staff member.

 

 

 

If you have technical issues with connecting to the online resources listed in this guide or about access from off-campus, please call the Reference Desk at 319-352-8506 or use Meebo chat from the library's home page.

 

This research guide was customized for Wartburg College with permission from the original work of Jordana Shane, Information Literacy Coordinator at Paul J. Gutman Library at Philadelphia University. 

Web Links to Background Information

Subject or discipline-specific encyclopedias and dictionaries are a basic reference tool for college-level research.

Online Databases Provided by Vogel Library: For Further Investigation

The library subscribes to online resources which are available for you to explore.  Some of them might look familiar to you from your high school or public library. There are many additional choices beyond the selections listed here. You can connect to them in the A to Z List on the Databases tab on the Vogel Library home page to view a full list.

To access databases from off campus, click on the link on the top right side of the library home page.

  • Access World News
    Full-text newspapers from the U.S. and the world. In the left frame, check out the Hot Topics and Special Reports.
  • Academic Search Complete
    EBSCOhost's college-level multidisciplinary database. A great starting point; can limit results to scholarly, by date, etc.
  • Alt Press Watch
    Showcases unique, independent voices from many respected and cited grassroots newspapers, magazines, and journals, including international perspectives.
  • America: History & Life
    Journals, books and more about Northamerican prehistory to the present.
  • ATLA Religion Database with ATLA Serials
    The world's major theology and religion database with links to many full-text journals.
  • CQ Electronic Library
    A variety of CQ Press products provide governmental, political, public policy and historical information from an American viewpoint.
  • Credo Reference
    Full-text reference sources in an online format: encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, etc.
  • Historical Abstracts
    History of the world (excluding the U.S. and Canada) from 1460 to the present.
  • JSTOR
    Full-text scholarly articles from reputable journals in many disciplines. Excludes the most recent 2-5 years for many titles.
  • Project Muse
    A 2nd collection of full-text scholarly articles from reputable journals in many disciplines. Includes current issues.
  • SocINDEX with Full Text
    A specialized EBSCOhost databases covering sociology and the social science which includes LOTS of full text articles.
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