Research Resources – This is an abridged, introductory list

The sites below are where you should supplement all preliminary research (start with the UMD, Duluth Municipal, and CSS library sites). They also serve as guides – whether for research, or for the news assignments – for what constitutes credible and scholarly sources of information. Whenever the word “research” is used for this class, start here (not Google, Bing, Wikipedia, etc. ….)


Professor Liang at

The North Star Reports at

The North Star Reports Farcebook at

The Middle Ground Journal at

History and Politics Farcebook page at:


SOLAR – CSS Library at:

Creative Commons at

Paperity at

Digital Public Library of America at

MIT Visualising Cultures

History News Network

Japan Focus


C-Span Classroom

National Geographic Education

Internet Sacred Text Archive

Martin Grand Jean Digital Humanities



C-Span Book Tee Vee

C-Span Classroom

Library of Congress

U.S. National Archives




Culture 360

Open Library of the Humanities

Internet Archive

Brilliant Maps

U California eScholarship

Digital Princeton

Our World in Data

The Map Room


Food, travels:

Part Unknown – Anthony Bourdain

Roads and Kingdoms




Popular Culture:

Media Commons

FlowTV Journal

Film and History

Capturing Reality: the Art of Documentary Making

American Popular Culture: Resources for Critical Analysis

Calgary Popular Culture


Diplomacy/Foreign Policy:

H-Net for Diplomatic and International History

Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

Foreign Policy Research Institute (Think Tank Directory)

Cold War International History Center (Woodrow Wilson Center)

National Security Archive (GW University)

East-West Center

Nixon tapes

Foreign Policy Magazine

Foreign Affairs (Council of Foreign Relations) Reading Lists

The Diplomat:

The Cipher Brief:


Global Human Rights/Migration:

World Migration Map of MN Human Rights Program
U of MN Immigration Research Center
U of MN Immigration Syllabus
Harvard Human Rights Journal
Mexico Institute, Wilson Center
Immigration since 1840 DPLA
Asian Review of Books Immigration

Politics, US:

The Campaign Finance Institute

Monmouth U Polling Institute


Historical Memory:

H-Net H-Memory

History and Memory:

Memory Studies:

American Memory, United States Library of Congress

Centre for Interdisciplinary Memory Research, Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut, Essen


Indiana University Center for the Study of History and Memory

Memory Studies Project at McGill


H-Net for Asian Studies

Asian Review of Books

Education About Asia

Asia Matters

CSIS Reconnecting Asia

Asia Society

The South China Sea Virtual Library

Indian Ocean World Centre

The Silkroad Foundation

Association for the Study of Nationalities

Indian and Pakistani History


European History Online

Mozambique History Net


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