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Expeditionary Studies Research Guide

Expedition & Adventure Books

Looking for an expedition/adventure book? There are multiple ways to familiarize yourself with the adventure literature:

   1. Use the Feinberg Library catalog to discover the many book titles that are available to you on campus.  You can search by title, author, region,  or subject.  Don't find what you want?  Ask at the Research Desk on the 2nd floor of Feinberg.  

   2. Borrow a book from another library.  Feinberg Library's catalog provides you access with library holdings from hundreds of libraries from around the world.  If we don't have it, we can get it for you.  Ask at the Research Desk if you have not taken advantage of borrowing materials from other libraries

   3. Ask your professor for a recommendation and then check to see if Feinberg Library has it.  If not, we might even buy it to add to our collection, but we certainly can borrow it for you.

   4. Check out one of many bibliographies that have been compiled on adventure/expedition books: