This database provides helpful links to peer-reviewed English-language journals that publish in all fields of history. Just choose a subject category from the list below and the journal's description and submission information are a mouse-click away.
An archive of more than 700 important scholarly journals covering business, ecology, education, ethnic studies, history, literature, mathematics, music, philosophy, political science, and sociology with content ending 3-5 years ago
Find out if UNLV subscribes to a specific journal or search within the contents of any single journal.
Getting Set Up
Get a RebelCardat the student union - on the back is your library barcode that will allow you to check out books and set up an interlibrary loan account.
To access library journal and database subscriptions from off campus, you will need your ACE account. Links from the library web site to subscription-only articles, journals and databases will prompt you to log in with your ACE.
Set up an interlibrary loan (ILLiad) account so that you can receive articles not owned by the library in PDF form in 1-3 days. Do this at http://unlv.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/logon.html - you create your own username and password for this account. Remember that ILL articles only remain in your account for 30 days, so archive anything you need to keep longer on your computer.
Set up your Google Scholarpreferences to direct you to UNLV journal subscriptions so you can get full text access without paying if UNLV subscribes. Now you will see a UNLV Find Text link in your search results for citations that UNLV can provide online access to.
If you want to save your documents and citation info in one place, pick a system that works for you. UNLV Libraries pays for and supports RefWorks and Mendeley; a free, open source option, Zotero, is preferred by many historians because it can automatically format citations for a wide variety of source types and integrates well with Google Docs. Once you create a free account using any of these services, you can save citations, PDFs and links there and automatically generate bibliographies in Chicago, MLA or any style you choose.
A free citation manager that allows you to collect, manage, cite, and share your research sources. Includes Zotero Standalone, a desktop application and the original Firefox (internet browser) extension.
Provided to UNLV affiliates and alumni by the Office of Information Technology (OIT), this citation manager tracks your resources, formats citations, and can even help you track and format your in-text citations as you draft your manuscript.
This free citation manager tracks your resources, formats citations, and can even help you track and format your in-text citations as you draft your manuscript. Includes a social networking component and file sharing service for group projects. A premium version of Mendeley is provided to UNLV affiliates by the University Libraries.
Limit: 5 simultaneous users Nevada Grant Watch is a database that lists over 200 relevant grants for the State of Nevada in the area of NGOs, education, religious, community organizations, government agencies and businesses that offer grants.
Database of grants, fellowships and scholarships for individuals and institutions.
Over 9,000 funding opportunities in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities can be located in this resource. Advanced and basic search features are offered as well as links to the websites of the funding organization. The database has an alert service that allows users to be notified of relevant funding. An expertise service allows individuals to create a profile by institution for others to view their activities. Please use a UNLV e-mail address to create a Grant Forward account.