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ENG 105b: Food and Identity

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REFERENCE RESOURCES

Europa World Year Book
REF D2 .E8

Nectar & ambrosia : an Encyclopedia of Food in World Mythology
REF GR 498 .A53 2000

You Eat What You Are: People, Culture and Food Traditions
REF GT 2850 .B37 1999

Encyclopedia of Food and Culture
REF GT 2850 .E53 2003

Handbook of Nutrition and Food
MARTIN LIBRARY REF QP 141 .H345 2002

A Produce Reference Guide to Fruits and Vegetables from Around the World
MARTIN LIBRARY REF SB 354.8 .H43 1997

The Oxford companion to Food
REF TX 349 .D36 2006

Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America
REF TX 349 .E45 2004



F&M LIBRARY CATALOG and E-Z BORROW

Search the catalog to find out what books, journals, newspapers, videos, maps, CDs, music, etc., the library owns.

NOTE: There are no journal articles in the catalog!

To find a book, begin by conducting a Keyword search our your topic. Analyze your topic or research question and break it down into its key concepts, which becomes the Keyword search. Once you have found a record for an item that looks useful, click on a Subject Heading to retrieve other items with similar content.


WorldCat
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E-Z BORROW:
A free book-exchange service among academic libraries in Pennsylvania and neighboring states. If F&M's copy of a book you want is unavailable, try E-Z Borrow to get the book quickly! (Requires your F&M ID barcode number.)




INDEXES AND ARTICLE COLLECTIONS

America: History and Life

Anthropology Plus

Anthrosource

CIAO (Columbia International Affairs Online)

Historical Abstracts

PAIS International

Religion Index (ATLA)

Social Sciences Full Text

Sociological Abstracts


JOURNALS, MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS @ F&M PLUS INTERLIBRARY LOAN (ILL)

To determine whether or not the F&M Library owns a journal, use the JOURNALS: search our catalog of print and online journals feature on the Library's web site. If the library does not have a journal you need, and you have at least 1 week to 10 days before your assignment is due, you can submit an Interlibrary Loan: request journal articles & books request to have the journal article acquired for you by the library. Allow 3-7 days for the article to arrive.





If you have any questions, would like further assistance, etc, contact:


Lisa Stillwell, Information Literacy Librarian,
291-3844 or lisa.stillwell@fandm.edu

Last updated: 10/07 ls