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Humanities & Social Sciences Index Retrospective

Humanities & Social Sciences Index Retrospective cites articles from English-language periodicals from 1907-1984. Humanities topics include Archaeology, Art, Communications, Dance, Film, Folklore, Gender Studies, History, Journalism, Literary & Social Criticism Literature, Music, Philosophy, Religion, and Theology. Social Sciences topics include Addiction Studies, Anthropology, Community Health & Medical Care, Criminal Justice, Economics, Environmental Studies, Ethics, Family Studies, Geography, Gerontology, Minority Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Public Welfare, Social Work, Sociology, and Urban Studies.

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