Reading List of the Week – Making of the Modern World, Brunel University, London

This week’s Reading List of the Week is from Brunel University, London.

Making of the Modern World (PX1604) is a module within the History Department. The list was created by the lecturer and is labeled as an ‘indicative list’ with a note from the lecturer encouraging students to do their own research outside of the list.

When speaking to academics, we often hear that they feel the list is a great starting off point and provides the key information to the student, making it easier for them to use other library services for their own additional research.

The list has 349 items, which is common in schools such as history when there are many different subject areas covered within one module. The sections in the list create structure and divide up the items by topic.

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