Diplomatic/International

  • French Colonial Historical Society

    French Colonial Historical Society | Nov 3, 2020

    This site provides links to research databases, finding aids, historical society webpages, and other materials useful to those undertaking research...
  • Book History Resources

    Sarah Werner | Oct 30, 2020

    This website provides a list of resources for studying early modern book history, with an emphasis on British history. 
  • Late Ottoman Empire & Early Turkish Republic

    Kreitzberg Library, Norwich University | Oct 24, 2020

    This resource provides references to primary sources on the Ottoman Empire and its transformation into the Turkish Republic.
  • Our Shared Past in the Mediterranean

    Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies, George Mason University; British Council; Social Science Research Council | Oct 21, 2020

    The website’s curriculum includes six modules aimed at providing students with a historical understanding of the Mediterranean as a zone of interaction and global change.
  • World War I in Photos

    The Atlantic | Oct 18, 2020

    This site shows photographs of the Great War to tell the story of the conflict, those caught up in it,...
  • The World of the Habsburgs

    Franz X. Eder, Karl Vocelka, Josef Köstlbauer, & Martin Gasteiner, University of Vienna | Oct 14, 2020

    The site presents the representatives of the Habsburg family and the places, sites and buildings associated with them.
  • The Scottish Enlightenment

    National Library of Scotland | Oct 10, 2020

    The source offers readings on key Enlightenment figures as well as sources on a variety of topics including town planning, Encyclopaedia Britannica, and Scotticisms
  • Cuban Heritage Collection Digital Collections

    Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami Libraries | Oct 6, 2020

    The Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami Libraries houses the largest repository of materials on Cuba outside of...
  • The Avalon Project

    Lillian Goldman Law Library, Yale University | Oct 3, 2020

    The source is an extensive digital archive of primary sources and supporting documents relevant to the fields of law, history, economics, politics, diplomacy, and government.
  • United States Foreign Policy History and Resource Guide

    Brian D'Haeseleer, Charles F. Howlett, Jeremy Kuzmarov, John Marciano, Roger Peace, and Virginia S. Williams | Sep 17, 2020

    This United States Foreign Policy History and Resource Guide is an educational website that provides an accessible, accurate, principled, and...
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