"This course concentrates on France since 1789. The revolution, the empire, the restoration, the July monarchy, the second republic, second empire, third republic, WWI, France between the wars, WWII, Vichy France, the fourth, and finally the fifth republic are dealt with in this study." Course Description
The University of Pittsburgh has an extensive collection of ebooks made available through our databases. These collections cover a variety of disciplines including business, economics, technology, engineering, humanities, arts, and science. This guide has been created to assist students in searching for, accessing, and downloading digital content through the library's homepage.
What is an ebook?
An electronic book (also e-book, ebook, eBook, digital book) is a book made available in digital form and designed to be read using special e-book software, some of which preserve the book’s original layout and design. Ebooks can be read on a variety of PCs (desktops, notebooks, tablets, and handhelds), PDAs, and dedicated e-book readers using specially designed e-book software. (Source: CredoReference)
How do I access ebooks at Pitt?
Our ebook collections are available for free to Pitt students, faculty, and staff 24/7 through the library's homepage and online catalog PittCat. Ebook collections at Pitt and their descriptions can also be accessed from the Major Ebook Collections page in this LibGuide. You can also access the library's electronic reference book collection in the eReference page.
Using a wireless device or e-reader?
Visit the Devices/Device Help page for information on compatible portable devices.