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HIST 114: Origins of the Global South (HC)

History 114: Origins of the Global South (Krippner) Fall 2022

Finding Scholarly Studies in Books

Use the Tripod catalog for your home institution Connect from Bryn Mawr College  This link opens in a new windowConnect from Haverford College  This link opens in a new windowConnect from Swarthmore College  to look for all books (print and digital) owned by your college as well as the print titles at the other two schools.  

The following subject searches are a sampling of possibilities. To find materials on a topic, try doing a search in the Tripod Catalog to find some relevant material and then use the subject headings assigned to those titles to find more books.  Note that all these searches are in the Books + Media channel.  Using any field (rather than subjects) will pick up results from chapter titles and summaries of content and combining this with subjects brings out the most important aspects of your search.

               (16th OR 17th)  AND (spain OR spanish OR iberia*) [Subjects]  AND (trade OR commerce OR explor*)  [Any Field]    Connect from Bryn Mawr College    Icon    Icon

japan* AND portug*  [Subjects]    Connect from Bryn Mawr College     Icon     Icon

(europe OR italy OR austria) AND (turkey OR ottoman*)  [Subjects]  AND  (renaissance OR  15th OR 16th)[Any Field]  Connect from Bryn Mawr College     Icon     Icon

architecture  [Subject] AND ((muslim OR islam* OR mudejar) AND (spain OR spanish OR iberia*))  [Any Field]   Connect from Bryn Mawr College    Icon    Icon

**  Try opening a search above and replace one of the topics with your research interest.


Finding Relevant Studies

The titles below are a few examples of studies that explore the connections between cultures from widely separated areas of the world.  The early modern period brought explorers, merchants, missionaries and administrators to live in the Global South.  Local peoples and colonial transplants together produced a wide range of cultural hybrid styles and ways of thinking.

Finding Primary Sources