ICSM Exile, Immigration and Terror

Exile, Immigration and Terror


This course guide will help you find material, both in print and online, that is relevant to this course and your chosen topics.   Here, you'll learn how to
  • find books in our online catalog
  • determine which databases are relevant
  • determine if an article is scholarly or popular
  • find dvds in our Multimedia Services collection
  • get material that the library doesn't own through Interlibrary Loan. 
You'll also find descriptions of what constitutes scholarly literature and a few  tips on refining your search strategies.

(photo: Women of the Agrupación de Familiares Desaparecidos demonstrate outside the government palace during the military regime of Pinochet (text and image from Wikimedia Commons )

Book Search

Downloading to Ebook Central (formerly ebrary

Ebook Central (formerly ebrary)
Over 109,000 full-text ebooks on business & economics, education, technology, humanities, life & physical sciences, law & politics, medicine, social & behavioral sciences, language & literature, and career guidance. Approximately 300 ebooks are single-user access titles; all other ebooks support multiple-user simultaneous use.

You can download excepts or even the full content of some books.  See our How-To guide on Ebook Downloads.
This will work with any of the following readers:
  • iPad
  • Kindle
  • Nook
  • Sony Reader
And try our Ebook Central's User Guide for further information.

Contact Us

picture of Jennifer Richards

Jennifer Richards

Fine Arts Librarian
(607) 274-1199

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Finding DVDs


Use the library's Film page to find dvds in our collection.  The search box at the top allows you to search by keyword (such as exile or immigration), or, if you prefer to browse, select a letter from the alphabetic list, check out newest holdings, or pick a genre

Using WorldCat


If you're not finding books in our library that are suitable to your topic, you may want to try WorldCat.  WorldCat lets you browse millions of books from other libraries. If we don't own the item, you can use the ILL link in a WorldCat record to request that the book be sent to here.

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