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CHID: Comparative History of Ideas  

Last Updated: Oct 3, 2013 URL: Print Guide

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The Comparative History of Ideas (CHID) "is an interdisciplinary program that draws on a wide variety of disciplines to examine the interplay of ideas and their cultural, historical, and political contexts."

The interdisciplinary nature of CHID means that you will need to research across various disciplines. This guide provides links to useful resources for starting research in CHID but be sure to check the resources listed on other Subject Guides for other useful databases. Use the tabs to navigate through the pages of this guide.

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