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The Bodin Sources Index was established to list and explore all the sources cited in Bodin’s major works. Its scope includes both traditional print sources and also special categories alphabetized separately for non-traditional sources such as manuscripts, letters, oral sources, personal experiences, etc.
The first of these files contains a General Introduction to the Bodin Sources Index, together with a brief note on each of the individual works released to date. This file is followed by separate data files, in tabular format, for each of these works. Symbols used in the data files are explained more fully on page 4 of the General Introduction.
When cited, the project should be referred to as Bodin Sources Index, with the names of the three authors. With acknowledgment, the content may be used freely for scholarly purposes.
A collection of outstanding papers and journal articles written by Carleton University students.
Many of these papers were supported, in part, by the Carleton University Research Impact Endeavour (CURIE) Fund. For information about the CURIE Fund and Carleton's support for open access and scholarly publishing, see https://library.carleton.ca/services/scholarly-communications/curie-fund