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HIST 269: Oral History: Migration (Nasstrom)

Research in the Time of COVID-19

The good news is that the majority of library research sources were already available online, and that hasn't changed. In particular, academic journal articles are almost exclusively online.

What has changed is that the library's print book collection is not accessible. Fortunately, more than half of the library's books are available as ebooks, and the book resources listed below will direct you to the best ways to locate them.

Terminology of Migration

Many of our databases use specific terminology for concepts around migration. Consider trying some of these terms if you're searching on this subject:

  • emigration and immigration
  • immigrants
  • undocumented immigrants
  • migration
  • migration, internal
  • forced migration
  • refugees

Interdisciplinary Sources


Journal Articles

Discipline-Focused Sources

Background Information

If you need basic background information on a topic (the kind of information you might think to go to Wikipedia for), please take a look at our academic encyclopedias.

You can find more academic encyclopeidas here.

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