This guide is designed to help you start your International Studies library research.
Please feel free to email me or another subject librarian if you get stuck, have additional research questions, would like to set up an appointment, or have other sources to include in the guide.
Scholarly articles are written by academics who are experts in their field and published in scholarly journals. Peer-reviewed articles are scholarly articles that have been read and vetted by other experts in the field (e.g., the author's peers) before the journal accepts them for publication.
Find citations to scholarly articles in International Studies searching by keyword in the following databases (and others!). Note that because International Studies is so multidisciplinary, certain databases work better for some topics than others.
Search tip: Use the yellow UC-eLinks button to link to the online full text (if available), find the print version of the publication (by searching the Roger library catalog) or order a copy from another library (when not available from the UC San Diego Library).