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FIQWS - Israel-Palestine: War and Identity in Literature and Film in Translation: Home

Research guide with a focus on Israel-Palestine authors and film.

Israel-Palestine: War and Identity in Literature and Film in Translation

Israel-Palestine: War and Identity in Literature and Film in Translation is a multifaceted subject. While the class focuses particularly on literature and films in translation, you will find yourself considering the context of the works. Some of your writing may require that you research across subjects like history, philosophy, psychology, politics, and religion. Use this guide to start working with the Library's resources. Below is a review of how to find a book using the CUNY OneSearch tool in both basic and advanced search modes. OneSearch searches across the physical collection and the electronic collection at City College and across all of the CUNY Libraries. It can also be used to identify journal articles.

Find a Book in OneSearch

1. Simple Search on the Homepage

Type the title and/or author's name in the OneSearch box on the CCNY Library's homepage .

Let's search for A People's History of the United States.

Screen grab of the OneSearch search box on the CCNY Library homepage.

 

Depending on the search, you may get multiple results.

As you can see here, the words people's history of the United States deliver almost 2 million results, but the book appears as the second item on the list of results. 

OneSearch search results screen

For more targeted results, do an Advanced Search

 

2. Advanced Search

Advanced Search appears next to the search box in the basic search screen. Click it to get to the Advanced Search screen. 

Advanced search offers three search fields with pulldowns to focus what it is you ar searching.

This search focuses on Title, Author/Creator, and Resource type . 

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