GLOBAL STUDIES: METHODS / WORKSHOP IN DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE

Librarian for this subject



Yuusuf Caruso, African Studies
(212) 854-8045

Michelle Chesner, Jewish Studies
(212) 854-8046

Robert H. Davis, Russian, Eurasian, & East European Studies
(212) 854-4701

Gary Hausman, South Asian Studies
(212) 854-8401

Sean Knowlton, Latin American & Iberian Studies
(212) 854-1697

Peter Magierski, Middle East & Islamic Studies Librarian
(212) 854-3995

Pamela Graham, Director, Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research
(212) 854-3630

Global Studies
Lehman Social Sciences Library
E-mail: ref-global@columbia.edu

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This guide identifies key resources for global or world area studies resources and international economic and political development. It also highlights library services available to all students at Columbia University.

Basic Information on Columbia's Libraries

Library Catalogs

Key Databases

These databases help you to identify articles, books, reports and other published materials. Some databases include the full text of the materials and others will provide an E-Link which will help you locate online or print copies of the items.

Select "PAIS International" and or select individual databases from a list.  See "Search Databases" on the main screen of the Proquest interface, on the upper left:

See also:

Region Specific

News, Background Information, & Online Document Repositories

News

Region-Specific News

Background Information & Online Document Repositories

Guides to Internet Resources & Topics in International Affairs

Internet Resources for Regional Studies

Topics in International Affairs

Contacts & other resources at Columbia's Libraries

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Reference & Research Help

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Finding Library Materials

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CLIO is the libraries' unified discovery system. It provides a search interface to many kinds of resources, both local (e.g., our catalog and website) and non-local (e.g., articles and e-journals).

Borrow Direct enables you to borrow books directly from other university libraries if the book you need is unavailable or is not owned by Columbia University.

Interlibrary Loan is the service to use for items that are not available through Borrow Direct, such as journal articles.

Library Tutorials and Workshops

Our Library Tutorials video available are short video tutorials to help you with your research. Many of the Columbia Libraries offer hands-on research skills workshops to help you make better use of the libraries.