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Terrorism - Oakland Campus: Find Books

This guide will assist students doing research on terrorism.


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Call Number Ranges for Terrorism

The following is a short list of call number ranges to locate books on terrorism studies.

B105.T47 -- Philosophy, Terrorism

BL65.T47 -- Religion, Terrorism

BP190.5.T47 -- Islam, Terrorism

HV6430-HV6433.88 -- Criminology, Terrorism

  • HV6432.4 -- Terrorism, Department of Homeland Security
  • HV6433.3-HV6433.5 -- Bioterrorism
  • HV6433.7-HV6433.78 -- Chemical Terrorism
  • HV6433.785-HV6433.786 -- Maritime Terrorism
  • HV6433.79-HV6433.8 -- Narcoterrorism
  • HV6433.85-HV6433.88 -- Nuclear Terrorism

K5256 -- Political Crime, Terrorism

KB4351.5 -- Religious Law, Terrorism

KFN6145 -- Criminal Law, Terrorism

KZ6795.T47 -- International Law, War on Terrorism (2001-2009)

RC88.9.T47 -- Internal Medicine, Terrorism