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HU 3900: Monumentalism: Home

What's In This Guide

This guide is designed to help you with your research for HU 3900: Monumentalism. Use the tabs above or the links below to navigate this guide. This guide contains information on:

  • Search & Evaluation Strategies
    • This page includes information on choosing keywords, finding background information, and evaluating your sources for credibility. 
  • Research Resources
    • This page includes information on databases, books, journals, and primary sources related to monuments and public memory.
  • Citation Guidance
    • This page contains an introduction to why and when to use citations, as well as information on how to format Chicago style citations. 

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Photo of the Stonewall National Monument decorated with Pride flags

Title: Stonewall National Monument in Greenwich Village, New York City, with LGBT Pride flags, 2018

Date: 20 June 2018


Available at:,_2018.jpg

Rights: CC BY-SA 4.0 DEED