Answered By: Jessica Maris Last Updated: Dec 07, 2017 Views: 14
The best way to search all of our databases at once is through OneSearch.
Type in your topic into the search box and click on the orange magnifying glass.
After your search results appear you can use the filter options in the left of your screen to select peer-reviewed and articles:
When searching it's best to try different combinations of your keywords to search for such as :
folklore AND treatment AND plague
folklore AND magic AND treatment AND smallpox
magical treatment AND folklore AND plague
magical treatment AND folklore AND smallpox
It may take a few tries to find the articles that best fit what you are looking for.
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