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ASAM 190 American Studies Senior Seminar / Professor Tompkins / FA201

This Guide as a Starting Place for your Senior Thesis

Welcome to the research course guide for the American Studies Seminar. This guide is a good place to start for a select menu of primary databases  and secondary, scholarly sources; for tutorials on search strategy; for information about submitting your thesis to Scholarship@Claremont; and for information about citing (and Zotero.) Please delve further into other research guides that might match your topic, some of which are included below.  Use the menu of the left side of these pages to navigate through this guide.  

Please remember that I and other librarians are here to help you. Don't hesitate to contact any librarian.

If you are new to conducting research or would like a review:
Consider reviewing the Starting Your Research tutorial to learn the phases and processes of doing research.

Other Research Guides

Uploading Your Thesis to Scholarship@Claremont

Scholarship@Claremont (S@C) is a growing archive and academic record of the scholarship and publications produced by students, faculty, and staff of The Claremont Colleges.

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