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HIST 3400- Europe in the 17th Century - Waterbury   Tags: 17thcentury, europe, goldstein, history, meyer, reformation, waterbury  

Resources for Professor Judith Meyer
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Paper Topics Due for Both Papers
Feb. 4, 2016

1st Paper Due
Analytical Book Review
March 24, 2016

2nd Paper Due
Analytical Article Review
Apr. 21, 2016


Evaluating Author Credentials

1. Database: author links identify other works

William Beik
Absolutism and Society in Seventeenth-Century France 
Note:  19 items authored by William Beik



Google Scholar


Course Requirements

"Requirements for the course include two papers (one approximately 4 pages, the other approximately 6 pages)...Students must complete the paper assignments in order t pass the course."  --- Syllabus

Many books from the bibliographies are available at UCONN Campus Libraries, particularly Storrs, and scholarly articles can be found in JStor.  Please be sure to familiarize yourself with  Libraries' Website at to search and request material. If you need to request items from other libraries, plan to wait 7-10 working days to receive materials.  When requesting, make sure that you select Waterbury as the "pick-up" locations. 

Two Required Papers

I. Choose one book to read from the Assigned List of Selected 17th Century Studies. Write an analytical review of approximately 6 pages.

Click on the author link from the catalog/databases to see other works by the author(s).
Scrutinize bibliographies to determine the nature of research.
Identify book reviews in library databases to determine how the book was received. 

II. Choose an article from the assigned list of selected Reformation articles and write an analytical article review of approximately 4 pages.


Citing Sources, Turabian Guide

Waterbury Library Contact

Shelley Goldstein
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• Keep track of bibliographical information each time you identify a source.
• You don't need to memorize citation formats, just have a citation aid handy.
Manual for Writers, 7/e is available in the Reference area: LB2369.T8 2007


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