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Consult bibliographies to find a comprehensive list of sources on a specific topic or a selective list of key works on a topic. To find out what bibliographies the Library has, do a subject search in Omni.
American Foreign Relations since 1600 : a Guide to the Literature
REF Z6465.U5 G84 2003
This two volume set is the standard bibliography of American foreign relations literature from colonial times to the present day.
American Studies: an Annotated Bibliography
REF Z1361 .C6 A436 1986
American Studies : an Annotated Bibliography, 1984-1988
REF Z1361 .C6 S35 1990
Provides detailed annotations for books published 1900 through 1988 that fall into eleven distinct areas of American Studies. Topics covered are
Anthropology and Folklore, Art and Architecture, History, Literature, Music, Political Science, Popular Culture, Psychology, Religion, Science and
Technology, and Sociology.
Bibliography of Canadian and Comparative Federalism, 1986 Canadian resource
REF Z1387 .F4 R4 1988t
Bibliography of Works on Canadian Foreign Relations Canadian resource
Online from 1945- as Canadian Foreign Relations Index (CFRI) full text
This bibliography includes articles, theses, government documents and conference papers. Organized by broad subject area, with name and subject indexes.
Canadian Political Parties, 1867-1968: a Historical Bibliography Canadian resource
REF Z7165.C2H43
An annotated bibliography concerning Canada's federal political history that indexes books, articles and theses published before 1970. Has author and subject indexes.
Contemporary Canadian Politics: an Annotated Bibliography, 1970-1987 Canadian resource
REF Z1385.M35 1988
Foreign Affairs Bibliography: a Selected and Annotated List of Books on International Relations, 1919/32-1962/72
REF Z6463.F73
Provides a classified list of books, pamphlets, articles and government documents in various languages. Has subject and author index.
Lists books, journals, primary documents, web resources, and multimedia in various discipline-based subject modules including International Relations.