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Ed is available to assist students with their research needs through the Libraries' dedicated subject liaison program.  Ed is on the Tempe campus.  His office address is Hayden Library, C1T. Telephone: (480) 965-4579 or email: edding@asu.edu-- please feel free to make an appointment  I look forward to seeing you!

Oetting's Other Subject Guides

by Ed OettingBee Gallegos - last updated on Aug 13th, 2010
History Resources covering North America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East

Africa and Europe
by Ed Oetting - last updated on Aug 13th, 2010
A Guide to the History,Culture and Interactions of these two Continents


History for Online Degree programs  This guide is intended for students in the online Bachelor's in History degree.  It does not cover materials physically accessible at ASU Library.

Human Rights
by Ed OettingJuliann CoutureBrad Vogus,Lisa Kammerlocher - last updated on Aug 31st, 2010

Literature Reviews and Annotated Bibliographies
by Ed Oetting - last updated on Jan 10, 2012

Military Science & Security
by Ed OettingBrad Vogus - last updated on Jul 20th, 2010
Covers the fields of Military Science, Terrorism & Security Studies

Politics and Elections
by Ed OettingLisa Kammerlocher - last updated on Feb 3rd, 2010
Library guide covering resources for Politics and Elections with an emphasis on the United States


Political Science
by Ed Oetting - last updated on Mar 11th, 2010
Resources for Political Science and Politics


Primary Sources
by Ed Oetting - last updated on Dec 9, 2011
This guide will provide access and links to the substantial and ever-growing wealth of primary sources available through ASU Library or freely-accessible through the Internet
Slavery:  The history of slavery and the slave trade.  Includes a webpage on the Economics of slavery.

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