Welcome to Humanities Lab: Narrating Global Development Course Guide.
Use this guide to search for resources including books, journal articles, working papers, reports, and special collections for Global Development.
This guide is maintained by Dr. Qian Liu, Research & Engagement Librarian. Please feel free to contact me for consultation, book purchase, or other requests.
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