Secondary sources are works that analyze, assess or interpret a topic or event, typically using primary sources to do so. Secondary sources can include books, journal articles, speeches, reviews, research reports, and more. Generally speaking, secondary sources are written well after the events that are being researched.
Try a general keyword search using in the library catalog to start. Refine your results to academic journals or books using the navigation pane on the left.
Another option after searching the library catalog is to look for articles in one of these subject specific databases that may yield more focused results.
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