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Stony Brook University

History - Research Resources for Graduate Students: Journals & Articles

Spotlight E-Journals

Many journals are available in multiple online databases.  To see the full list, check the title in SEARCH.

If available, Print Holdings are indicated below the dates for the online versions, along with the call number. All print journals are located in the Main Library Stacks unless otherwise noted.

Tracking Research

Use citation resources for tracking research through the literature.

Cited Reference Searching can turn up all papers (and patents, theses, conference papers, etc.) that have been cited in the source article. Cited reference searching provides a different approach to finding relevant references by looking at the work to which an author refers.

For more information, see our online guide to Impact Factors, Cited References, H-Index and Journal Abbreviations.

Search Google Scholar

Resources for Your Own Research, for your Teaching, and then time for Questions

Click on Scholar Preferences to set up for Stony Brook and WorldCat.

Be aware that Google Scholar does not search all of our databases.

 

Google Scholar Search

Creating Alerts

Many databases allow you to create ALERTS that will notify you of new issues of a specific journal or of new articles on a topic of your interest.

Usually, you must register with the database publisher, but your account will work across all of their databases - in EBSCO, for example.