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Peace Studies: Home

Tips, techniques & links to help you find answers for your research papers & projects

This Guide

This guide was created by Nancy T. Myers, Social Science Librarian (ret. 2013).  It is being updated by Rachel Brekhus.

Welcome to PEACE STUDIES in the MU Libraries

                                                      

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                                                           ©2013   Syracuse Cultural Workers

This is a guide to basic resources for doing research in Peace Studies in the MU Libraries and beyond. Since Peace Studies crosses many disciplinary boundaries, you may need to look for information in several subjects, such as Sociology, History, Philosophy and Politics.  Click on the gold tabs above to get started.

Please feel free to e-mail me to ask a quick question or to set up a time to meet for in-depth assistance. 

My contact information is in the box on the right.

 

Librarian

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Rachel Brekhus
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Contact:
168 Ellis Library

(Mon and Fri only). I work from home by default Tuesdays and Thursdays, but come to campus for in-person classes and meetings as needed.

MU faculty and staff can reach me quickly in Teams chat.

Students can reach me using the Email Me and Student Appointments buttons above.
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