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HH367A | Saudi Arabia and Wahhabism

This library research guide is designed to support H367A, the USNA History Department course being offered during the Spring 2022 semester under the Regional History Track.

Find Articles

Use the databases listed here to identify articles on your topic or subject.  In many cases, you can access the full-text of the articles.

If you can't directly retrieve the full-text, select the blue Find It button under the article citation or check Journals by Title to see if we have access from another source or if the journal is print only and not online at all.

As a last resort, consider placing a request via InterLibrary Loan.

History Databases

Databases for Saudi Arabia / Wahhabism

Examples of Scholarly Journals

These are examples of relevant scholarly journals to which Nimitz Library subscribes.  Check the Journals by Title link in the column on the right for specific dates or to link to online content.

  • American Historical Review
  • Classical Quarterly
  • Early Medieval Europe
  • Exemplaria
  • Historical Research
  • Journal of Arabian Studies
  • Journal of Hellenic Studies
  • Journal of Medieval History
  • Journal of Medieval Military History
  • Journal of Roman Studies
  • Journal of the History of Philosophy
  • Middle Eastern Studies
  • Religious Studies

You can also check the American Historical Association's (AHA) Directory of History Journals

Anatomy of a Scholarly Article

Use this link for an explanation of the parts of a scholarly journal article.


The following icons are used in the resources lists:

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 Best Bet  Resource is an excellent all-purpose starting point for the selected subject.

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Interlibrary Loan