You may find it useful to search library and/or archival catalogs using some of the following subject search terms (you can also narrow results by adding a geographic location, e.g. Antinuclear movement--Washington (State) OR Antinuclear movement--Washington (State)--Bellingham):
For resources about social protest and/or civil rights movements during the Cold War period, the following search terms may be useful:
Ask a reference librarian or archivist if you need assistance.
This guide suggests useful resources for studying the history and impact of the Cold War, with an emphasis on primary and secondary sources available through Western Libraries and the Libraries' Archives & Special Collections holdings. Please contact Archives & Special Collections' staff or the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio if you have questions and/or need assistance finding more information.
Consult with your instructors about recommended readings and ask us if you need help finding a specific title or type of resource. Some of the following may be useful for background information & context (or for suggestions of primary source materials of local and regional interest):
Western Libraries provides access to a wide variety of article and research databases (a WWU log-in is required). Follow this link to the Libraries' online guide to Databases A-Z and/or ask staff at the Libraries' Research Desk for assistance.
Western Libraries Archives & Special Collections provides for responsible stewardship of and access to unique and archival resources in support of teaching, learning and research at Western Washington University and beyond. The Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Special Collections, and University Archives and Records Management work together to document the culture and history of Western, the local community and Pacific Northwest region, and to promote public and scholarly access to holdings.