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CSEM 23102 – Clothes Make the Man

Journal Articles


These resources will help you find e-books and print books held by Notre Dame, other local libraries, or books held at other libraries worldwide. 


Unpublished Research

Dissertations and Theses, Global
Indexes doctoral dissertations and master's theses for almost all American dissertations accepted at an accredited institution since 1861. Some full text access is available.

Browsing for Books

Browse the Stacks

Hesburgh Library books are shelved using Library of Congress call numbers, an alpha-numeric system. Physically browsing the shelves can be a serendipitous way to discover new topics and ideas. These call number ranges are suggestive only.

Floor 10

  • E 151 - 909            United States history
  • F 1 - 975                United States local history

Floor 9

  • PS 1 - 3626            American literature

Lower Level

  • GT 500 - 2370       Costume history
  • TT 490 - 695          Clothing manufacture. Dressmaking. Tailoring
  • ​TT 697 - 927          Home arts. Homecrafts (includes sewing, embroidery)

Browse Virtually

The library purchases books in electronic format, which means that although the books appear in the online catalog, they are not physically shelved. Also, because of space limitations, some print books have been stored off-site at the Annex. To browse both e-books and Annex books: once you have found a relevant title, scroll to the bottom of the catalog record to reach the Virtual Shelf. It displays all materials in call number order surrounding the found item, regardless of a book's format or physical location. 

Virtual Shelf is located at the very bottom of the catalog record.