This guide will provide information about discovering information in the area of Middle Eastern Studies.
You can locate reliable facts, summaries of topics from dictionaries and encyclopedias, and background information about topics using resources such as CREDO on our Facts/Definitions page.
The databases listed here are useful for finding background information or information in newspapers or popular magazines.
These databases cover national news across many papers, providing various perspectives.
These search engines each cover one mainstream newspaper.
Research reports and expert opinions found in JOURNAL ARTICLES:
Research reports and expert opinions found in BOOKS
Expert opinions can be found in books: see our local book catalog for searching. You may want to expand your search to the I-Share state-wide catalog (using the drop-down option under the search box) or our electronic book page.
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