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Using Reference Material

Encyclopedias and dictionaries are a great way to get started on your research and tend to be more scholarly than information you can find on the open web.

Using reference materials gives you the added benefit of gathering useful background information, keyword gathering for searching the databases, and oftentimes pointers to additional sources for further reading on your topic of interest.

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Reference Works

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Encyclopedia of the Black Death - Joseph P. Byrne
Call Number: 614.573 B996 e
ISBN: 9781598842531
Publication Date: 2012-01-01

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The Cambridge World History of Human Disease - Kenneth F. Kiple (Editor)
Call Number: Electronic Resource
ISBN: 0521332869
Publication Date: 1993-01-29

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Medicine Becomes a Science - Kate Kelly
Call Number: Electronic Resource
ISBN: 9781438127521
Publication Date: 2008-10-15


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Bodily and Narrative Forms - Cynthia J. Davis
Call Number: 810.9 D291 b
ISBN: 0804737738
Publication Date: 2000-12-01

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Profound Science and Elegant Literature - Stephanie P. Browner
Call Number: 813.09 B819 p
ISBN: 0812238257
Publication Date: 2004-10-15

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The Oxford Book of Death - D. J. Enright (Editor)
Call Number: 082 Ox2 b
ISBN: 0192141295
Publication Date: 1983-06-02

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