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Articles & Law Reviews (in Law Databases)
Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals
Provides access to articles from 1985 to the present on international law, comparative law, and municipal laws of countries other than the United States, United Kingdom, and the British Islands.
Index to Legal Periodicals and Retrospective
Includes the Index to Legal Periodicals & Books with full-text coverage starting in 1994 and also includes the Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective: 1908-1981.
Index to law-related journal articles from1980 to the present. It is updated monthly.
Oxford Journals Online
Full text access to many journals published by Oxford University Press.
Articles (in Non-Law Databases
Berkeley Electronic Press Journals
A full text database providing access to journals in economics, business, marketing, engineering, biological sciences, political science, current affairs, and law. Coverage begins in 1996.
Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO)
Provides access to theory and research in international affairs. Scholarship coverage from 1991 to present includes working papers from university research institutes, occasional papers series from NGOs, foundation-funded research projects, proceedings from conferences, books, journals, and policy briefs.
Provides access to public affairs materials (1972-current). This is not a full-text database.
Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science)
Includes access to social sciences journal materials. It indexes journals from more than 50 disciplines, including scientific and technical journals.
Working Papers (Articles in Progress)
What is OneSearch?
OneSearch is a discovery tool that searches across the majority of our books, journals, articles, and more. It can also be used to search for material outside of our collections! It’s a great starting point for your research, and can be used to drill down to very specific resources.