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HIS 331: History of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales: Home

Course Description

Explores the civilization of the British isles frm the end of the Roman period through the early Reformation period.  It considers themes including Christianization, monasticism, manuscript production, political structures, and relations with the continent.  

The Course Guide to HIS 331 provides quick access links to top resources on England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales including background research materials, library databases, and primary source material.

 

 

 

 

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Getting Started

View a list of reference books available in the Reference Room in Jenks Library.  Use the NOBLE Catalog to find more materials from our general circulating collection on the history of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.  

Databases & Scholarly Articles

View a list of top library databases you can use to search for scholarly journal articles related to your topic.

You can also use the Journal Finder search interface to find specific journals related to topics in history that Gordon directly subscribes to either online or in print.  

Primary Sources

View a list of resources for finding primary source material from the British Isles.

Citing Sources

Resources for citing sources using the Chicago Manual of Style.