Databases by Subject / International Studies
Columbia International Affairs Online [CIAO]
CIAO is designed to be the most comprehensive source for theory and research in international affairs. It publishes a wide range of scholarship from 1991 on that includes working papers from university research institutes, occasional papers series from NGOs, foundation-funded research projects, and proceedings from conferences.
Academic Search Premier
The world's most comprehensive academic index and full text database provides full text for over 3,834 journals (2,926 peer-reviewed) covering the social sciences, humanities, general science, multi-cultural studies, education, and much more, plus indexing for an additional 4,450 journals.
The CQ Researcher is the choice of researchers seeking original, comprehensive reporting and analysis on issues in the news. Published in print and online 44 times a year, the single-themed CQ Researcher report offers in-depth, non-biased coverage of political and social issues, with regular reports on topics in health, international affairs, education, the environment, technology and the U.S. economy.
Each issue of CQ Weekly looks forward and back. Readers get in-depth reports on issues looming on the congressional horizon, plus a complete wrap up the previous week's news, including the status of bills in play, behind-the-scenes maneuvering, committee and floor activity, debates and all roll-call votes.
This database contains the back files of core journals in many academic disciplines. Journal coverage usually begins with the first volume published and continues until the last three or five years, or until the journal ceased or changed its title. All of the articles are full text and appear exactly as they did in print. UE subscribes to all collections. Title List
ACE can help you build your case for or against an issue. The reference collection has some wonderful resources on women's issues, spending statistics, government info, etc. You can limit your search to just the reference collection by selecting that under Quick Limits.
Does UE Own that Journal?
Should you find an article that is perfect for your research and it is not full text, how do you determine if UE owns the journal?
- Check the JOURNAL List on the Libraries’ website.
- Use the index or do a quick search for the journal title
- If you cannot find a match, UE does not own it or have access to it. Request the article from Interlibrary Loan.
- If you do find a match, double check the years available, then select a link to the corresponding database. A new window will open and allow you to find that article directly.
- If one of the options is University of Evansville Titles, that means the UE owns it. Clicking this option will take you the journal's catalog record on ACE. This will tell you where you can find the journal and in what format (paper or microform).
In some databases, you will see a link that says Get Full Text/Check ACE. Another window will open which will tell you if UE has access to the journal full text online. If the message is Online full text for your citation was not found, select the UE Journal List - ISSN Search link and complete the steps above.