Looking to start a new research topic? Consider searching in Credo, the library’s online collection of over 525 published reference books. These titles cover all subject areas and are searchable individually, by subject area or as an entire collection. Here are some of the newest editions to the collection:
The Encyclopedia of Ecotourism – Explore a growing industry through this collection of essays on the business, impacts and regional highlights of ecotourism. Each essay included a significant bibliography to get your research off and running.
The Handbook of Economic Sociology – This second edition continues its work of outlining this field of study through topical essays by major scholars in the field.
The Palgrave guide to English literature and its contexts, 1500-2000 – Intended as a historical reference for students of literature, this book combines chronological summaries of British history with timelines that link these events to major authors and their works.
The Dictionary of Alternatives : Utopianism and Organisation – Self-described as “part reference work, part source book, and part polemic” this unique alphabetical dictionary provides short entries on individuals, movements and events that challenged the status quo.
— Jessica Hronchek, Reference Librarian