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European Studies

As a part of the Nanovic Institute's commitment to supporting quality research in European Studies we have compiled and organized resources from University partners, our Faculty and Graduate Fellows and our own network of partners in Europe to assist stud

Themes in European Studies

Scholars in European Studies typically become engaged with a number of disciplines. Introductions to resources may be found in many of the Hesburgh Libraries' research guides. A selection of these guides are linked below.

Additionally, a number of subjects or themes are listed below, with links to important resources.



(a selection)

Cold War


Race Relations


There are some very useful guides produced at other libraries. Please remember when using these guides that some of the resources and information might be specific to that institution.

Migration, Immigration, Diasporas, and Refugees, from Princeton University Library

Migration Studies: Data and Statistics, from the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford LibGuides..

World Wars