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Mexican Revolution: Researching Revolution

Making Use of Your Resources

Getting Started

Not quite sure what databases to use while you're getting started? You can always take a look at the Latino/Latin American Studies guide and the History guide--and we've got some tips and tricks right here as well.

Central Index, which searches across all our databases (and more), is a great place to begin your search for scholarly articles.

The Mexican Revolution is a pretty big topic. Once you've started with your big topic, you may, therefore, want to narrow down so your results are more specifically geared to your area of interest. Curious? Check out some of these sample searches!

Want to run your own search? You can copy and paste search strings into your favorite database (or the book catalog).

Looking for historiography? Try "Mexican Revolution" AND historiography 

Curious about building your own search string? Want additional information (and more tips and tricks)? Get in touch!

Important Journals

Looking for ways to assess your information? Wondering what journals are likely to have great content about the Mexican Revolution? Talk to your professor--and check out some of the journals listed here.

  • The Americas
  • Ethnohistory 
  • Hispanic American Historical Review (HAHR)
  • Journal of Latin American Studies
  • Mexican Studies / Estudios Méxicanos 
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