Given the nature of your project, you will also be consulting broader historic and cultural sources. Some good encyclopedias include:
Click on the "Find it!" icon to find more information about where to get the actual article once you find it in an index or database.
If the article is available online, you will see a link to it.
If the article is available in print, you will see a library location (e.g. King Library) and a call number. Go to that library's periodicals section and look up the call number. Make sure you write down the volume, issue, and year of your article before you go.
If no copies are available, click on the link that says "InterLibrary Loan Options." Click on "Journal Article" and fill out the info. We will try to find the article for you and mail or email it to you.
Print encyclopedias covering a wide variety of topics are located in the reference section in King Library's Instructional Materials Center (IMC), to the right of the main desk. The IMC in the "basement" on the same floor as King Cafe.