Reading Example Papers
All papers submitted to the library since 1999 are available electronically from the library web page. In order to protect student and alumni privacy, these papers can only be accessed through the campus intranet.
Email your friendly library staff! Please describe your paradox as best you can, explain what disciplines you are focusing on, and describe any examples you are thinking of using. A staff member will respond with recommendations of databases and books to start your research and may also recommend other disciplines or examples that are related to your paradox.
Searching & Databases
- Journal List– Electronic and Print Journals and Magazines
- Original Sources
- Humanities E-Book Project (previously History E-Book Project)
- Philosopher’s Index
- Oxford English Dictionary
- WorldCat (world-wide library catalog)
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- Online Writing Lab: Annotated bibliography guide
Examples of how to cite your sources in a variety of citation styles are available. The complete MLA, APA, CBE, and Chicago Style manuals are on Reserve in the library for your reference.
Humanities Seminar Senior Theses
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