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DIPL 6130: International Security

News subscriptions and Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS) resources

Remote Diplomacy Research

 

Welcome to the DIPL 6130 Guide!  We want to get you acclimated to the SHU Libraries website; this will help in all of your classes.  Take special note of News and Citation sources.  Additionally, we want to teach you shortcuts - when searching for a newspaper article or book title, remove any extra punctuation like colons (:) or commas (,).  Simplifying your search will sometimes get you better results.  Make sure to view these University Libraries videos; these core searching skills will save you time all year long.   

Graduate Students should also view this Diplomacy Remote Research Guide.

Getting Started: Databases

Ask Us! Email, Chat, and Consultations

 

Ask Us! Email or Chat 
You can email us or chat with a librarian from the convenience of your home! Chat service is staffed by SHU Librarians during normal business hours.

Research Consultations

SHU librarians with Diplomacy, International Relations, Political Science and Data expertise in specific subject areas are available for remote consultations via phone, email, or online (e.g. Teams).

Please contact Lisa DeLuca (lisa.deluca@shu.edu) for information about Diplomacy resources or research questions.

Data Services Consultations

Library faculty and staff are available for workshops and one-on-one consultations to help you find, manage, analyze, and visualize the data you need for your coursework and use in your research. Data Services Appointments can be made upon request. Questions? Reach out to data.services@shu.edu