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History 3823 (History of the Far East)

Online Resources

Academic Search Premier
Change the search screen to "Advanced Search." This database provides access to scholarly journal articles. Academic Search Premier can also be used to find statements or speeches made by a prize winner. For example, to find a speech try entering the name of the winner in one search box and the word "speech" in another search box.

Biography & Genealogy Master Index
Retrieves citations of biographical resources.

NewsBank
Select America's Newspapers for full text newspaper articles. This database can be used to find articles about an individual, as well as statements made by a prize winner.

Official Site of the Nobel Prize
Enter the name of the prize winner in the search box for information about, and statements made by, a prize winner.

Library Reserve

Irwin Abrams, ed. The Words of Peace: Selections from the Speeches of the Winners of the Nobel Peace Prize. New York: Newmarket Press, 1990. (JX 1963 .W713)

Books Available through Interlibrary Loan or at the NSU Library

The NSU Library catalog can be used to find books in the Library collection.

WorldCat can be used to find books written by a prize winner, or books about a winner. For example, books written by Muhammad Yunus can be identified by typing Yunus, Muhammad in the "Author" search box.

If the book is not available at the NSU Library, it can be obtained free of charge through interlibrary loan.

Selected Print Resources for Biographical Information

Encyclopedia of World Biography (Ref. Ref. CT 203 .E56)
Volume 17 is the name index to the entire set.

The Nobel Peace Prize and the Laureates: An Illustrated Biographical History, 1901-2001 (Ref. JZ 5540 .A27)

Who's Who in the World (Ref. CT 120 .W5)

The Who's Who of Nobel Prize Winners, 1901-2000 (Ref. AS 911 .N9W53)

Publications covering various geographic regions of Asia may include information on some prize winners. For example, Japan: An Illustrated Encyclopedia (Ref. DS 805 .J263) includes brief information on Eisako Sato.



Gary Cheatham

  • Department of History
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      Last Updated: 04/01/2014