We have access to the 3 parts of the Making of the Modern World:
The Goldsmiths´-Kress Library of Economic Literature, 1450-1914 (part 1) as a primary source offers ways to understand the emergence of modern economics and other social sciences. This collection includes the study of early economic, political, business and social history and for researching the literature of economics from this period.
The Making of Modern World: Part II, 1851-1914 takes the series to the end of the nineteenth century. Comprised mainly of monographs, reports, correspondence, speeches, and surveys, this collection broadens the international coverage of social, economic, and business history, as well as political science, technology, industrialization, and the birth of the modern corporation.
The Making of the Modern World: Part III, 1890-1945 takes The Making of the Modern World series deeper into the twentieth century covering the key events that have shaped the modern world like the First World War, the Great Depression, and the Second World War.
Long loan periods will start on May 23th for books with a 28 day loan period, 6.6. for 14 day loans and 18.6. for two day loans.
When the campus libraries are closed, you can contact the Main Library Kaisa House customer service at the 3rd floor which is open with regular opening hours until Midsummer. Starting on 24.6. the customer service is open Mon-Fri 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
The collection offers a wide range of journals, e-books, and research reports in the field of security studies. This content looks at security studies through a broad lens, encompassing research on international security and peace and conflict studies from all corners of the globe.
Kaisa House, Guidance Corner
Fabianinkatu 30, lobby area
Monday, May 6 at 12-14
Are you wondering about submitting your thesis? About when you will be getting a proposal for the thesis grade? About how to publish your thesis in University’s publication repository? About where Master’s theses are archived?
Come over to Guidance Corner to ask questions and discuss on Monday, May 6 at 12-14!
Experts from the Student Services and the Library will guide you through submitting your digital Master’s thesis and give advice concerning thesis assessment, approval, publishing and archiving. If your thesis has already been approved, you can also permit its publication in the open publication repository.
– complements the award-winning The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises, 1800-1926. Coverage is primarily from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, but there are also several hundred classics in European international law since the seventeenth century.