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Transatlantic Revolutions

Books

Falvey Library Catalog
Research your topic with keywords or use one of the subject searches below as a starting point. Use the catalog to locate books cited in your course readings.
Great Britain > History > Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660
Great Britain > History > Civil War, 1642-1649
United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783
France > History > Revolution, 1789-1799
Soviet Union > History > Revolution, 1917-1921
Revolutions > Europe > History
Use additional keywords such as causes, economic, social, cultural, religion, women, peasantry, or clergy to further limit your results. Use one of the following terms if you are looking for primary sources: sources, documents, narratives, correspondence, diaries, speeches.

WorldCat (OCLC)
WorldCat is a catalog of library collections worldwide. WorldCat highlights publications available at Villanova University. Other items can be requested via an inter-library loan request form.
WorldCat Step-by-Step is a self-paced interactive tutorial for students new to this resource.

E-ZBorrow and Interlibrary Loan
Books and journal articles which are not available at Villanova University can be requested from other libraries. The E-ZBorrow service is only available for book requests.

Journal Articles

Historical Abstracts (EBSCO)
Covers world history (excluding the United States and Canada) from 1450 to the present.

America: History and Life (EBSCO)
Covers United States and Canadian history from prehistory to the present.

JSTOR
A searchable and browsable archive of full-text core journals and books in the humanities, social sciences and mathematics. This is not a comprehensive database of all history journals.

Primary Sources

Internet Modern History Sourcebook (Fordham University)
A collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts curated by Paul Halsall.

The Avalon Project: Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy (Yale Law School)

 

Research Boosters

Looking for a topic?
The Library has a large number of encyclopedias and companions with exhaustive and well-researched essays written by subject experts. These essays can be helpful in defining and focusing a topic and the accompanying bibliographies are generally a great starting point for secondary and primary sources.

International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present
Explore all aspects of the history of resistance, protest and revolution over the past 500 years.

Gale Virtual Reference Library
A library of encyclopedias and dictionaries. Includes among others the Encyclopedia of European Social History, the Encyclopedia of U.S. Political History, the Dictionary of American History, and the Encyclopedia of Russian History.

Oxford Handbooks Online (selected works)
Scholarly research reviews. The collection includes handbooks on the English, American, and French revolutions.

Companion to the American Revolution

A Companion to the French Revolution

Cambridge Histories Online
Volume 2, of the New Cambridge Modern History includes a chapter on the English Reformation, volume 8 deals with the American and French Revolutions, 1763-93, and volume 12 contains a chapter about the Russian Revolution. Volume 2, part 7 of the Cambridge History of Russia covers reform, war, and revolution.

Citing Your Sources

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jseibert Jutta Seibert
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