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This guide gives an overview of recommended sources for History.

Secondary sources

On these pages you can find websites and databases containing scholarly literature.


Find secondary literature with our Library search engine sEURch!

Among the indexed scholarly literature databases are JSTOR, Project Muse and OpenEdition Books, plus most of the e-journal and ebook collections of the big academic publishers (Oxford University Press, Palgrave/Springer, Taylor & Francis, Walter de Gruyter, Wiley). Please note that sEURch does not index all databases listed in this Guide, so do not forget to check the subpages here.

For a complete overview of all the databases indexed in sEURch, see the database list.