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HIST 010: Introduction to Global Environmental History

The purpose of this guide is to direct you to appropriate library resources that will aid you in completing your research project for this class.

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Georgina Martorella
902M Axinn Library
Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY 11549


World War I:  A Poisonous Gas Attack on the Canadians in Flanders, 24, April 1915.  Coloured chalks by Louis Raemaekers.

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Environmental Histories Subject Resource Guide

Welcome to your Library Resource Guide.  The purpose of this guide is to help you locate and use library resources for your Environmental History class assignments. Click the blue tabs on the left of the screen to navigate through the guide.

Getting help

Have Questions?  Be sure to check out our Library Policies FAQs for 2022-2023..

Need some one-on-one help?  You can visit the reference desk during reference desk hours.  The desk is located on the main floor of Axinn Library and is  staffed with faculty librarians who are there to help you with your research questions.

Or you can call the reference desk during reference hours (516-463-5962).  You can also text us a question (516-628-6473) or tweet (@HULAnswers).  Please allow 24 hours to receive a response to texts and tweets.


Or ASK A LIBRARIAN.  Submit your question below!

Or you can make an appointment with me to get some in-depth help with your research.  Simply click on the blue SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT button under my profile photo (left column of this page) and follow the prompts.

Or you can make an appointment with a different librarian subject specialist to get in-depth help with your research.  Simply click on the SCHEDULE A RESEARCH CONSULTATION link on the Library Homepage and follow the prompts.



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