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Genocide and Minority Persecution 1970+

A research guide to help locate government documents, books, archives and other material on the web and in the BU Libraries.

About primary sources

A primary source is a first-hand, original account of events, while a secondary source offers analysis and/or interpretation of the material. Most journal articles would be considered secondary sources.

Examples might include:


Of particular interest:

University Archives

What's in ?

The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center (5th floor of Mugar, South elevator) contains papers of major figures: manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio, and other material, available for viewing on-site upon  written request.  (BU students should email to make an appointment. Since some materials are stored off-site, it may take a few days to make the archives available.)

Collections that may be of interest include:

Notable collections at other universities: