This guide gives an overview of recommended sources available at the Erasmus University Library in Rotterdam and the Library of the International Instititute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague: databases, journals and reference works relevant for Development studies. Attention is also paid to sources that are publicly available on the Internet.
Please use the tabs at the left to find information for your research and interest. The links in this guide will automatically take you to ERNA-login if this is required for off-campus access. If you have any questions or comments about this guide, or need further help with using this guide or your area of research, please let me know.
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Some highlights that you can check out are:
JSTOR's World Heriatge Sites: Africa collection.
JSTOR's Struggles for Freedom: Southern Africa collection.
Cambridge Histories, which includes series such as Religion, Asian History, Philosophy & Political Thought, and more.
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