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Global Studies

An overview of the library resources available for the Global Studies program.

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Search here for books, journals and other print materials, videos, sound recordings, e-books, e-journals, databases, and indexes in our local libraries and special collections.

Call Numbers

Bobst Library maintains an up to date list of call number locations.

Journal Articles and Databases

NYU Libraries subscribes to over 96,000 e-journals and more than 1,000 databases, such as Lexis-Nexis, PsycInfo, etc.

  • Use of these licensed materials is restricted to NYU students and faculty.
  • When you are away from NYU-NYC and try to connect to a database or electronic journal, you will see an automatically generated log-in screen requesting your NYU NetID and password.
  • Your NetID is on the back of your NYUCard, e.g., csf249. Use the same password you use for NYUHome.
  • This Proxy method works for NYU Libraries' databases and any e-journals or e-texts that you connect to via the following links on NYU Libraries' website:

Find articles via databases

Find e-journals by title

Seven Ways to Find Books & Articles

NYU Libraries main website can be overwhelming! Here are some suggested resources to help get you started with your research.

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Virtual Reference Collections

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Online collection of dictionaries, encyclopedias, biographical sources, quotations, bilingual dictionaries, and measurement conversions covering topics from the arts to the sciences.

Ebook Finder's Guide

Helpful Hints for Finding ebooks at NYU

  • The Books & More tab holds many, but not all, of the ebooks to which NYU has access.  Look to the Suggested ebook Databases list below for suggestions on where to find other ebooks we have access to.
  • The ISBN number for an ebook does not coincide with the ISBN for the hard copy.  Therefore it is often better to search by title and publisher using the Full Text Online limiter to find the ebook within the results.
  • Commercially published editions of ebooks are much less likely to be found in our database subscriptions than those published by academic presses.  Examples of commercial publishers are Penguin, Harper Collins, Macmillan and McGraw-Hill.  Examples of academic presses are Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Yale University Press, etc…
  • ebooks published by a university press are more likely to be found on databases run by those presses.  See the Publisher Specific Databases section below.

Suggested ebook Databases links have been provided, but all of them can be found in Databases A-Z.