This guide is intended to direct you to fundamental resources to use when performing research in International and Global Studies 102: And the World Was Round: Sixteenth Century Roots of Globalization. In a field so broad, there are countless directions your work can take you. Therefore, the resources included here are by no means comprehensive, but are intended to help you achieve a sound start to your work. Depending on the specific question or issue that you are working on, there may be resources focused on areas such as economics, anthropology, language, history, political science, and more that could be helpful to you.
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