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This Guide Is Out to Get You: WRI187, Spring 2024

Welcome from PUL

Hi everyone!

I'm Brittany Norwood, your course librarian and the Librarian for Policy and International Affairs. I'm excited to be working with you on your research journey!

This guide is divided into three sections. The first will give you several tips and tricks for searching, including the basics of searching, using the catalog and articles+, and building upon the sources you've already found.

The second section will demonstrate some various topic-specific databases you may want to use, as well as resources for finding public opinion data and newspapers.

The third section will provide you with links to various library and campus services that you may find useful--such as resources for accessing items Princeton doesn't have. 

And check out the two sections after this text to find some curated new books on conspiracy theories.

I'm always happy to help you out or answer questions! Feel free to email me at or use my appointment scheduler to reach out or set up a meeting.

Best of luck with your research!


New Books on Conspiracy Theories