If you request a book from another library that you would like to recommend Vassar adds to our collection, you can submit an acquisitions request using this form (if you enter the book's ISBN it will auto-fill the rest of the citation information).
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Articles in scholarly journals must have citations and footnotes, and generally go through a peer-review process.
About Book Reviews: Book reviews are included in most scholarly journals. Another way to search for scholarly book review is by searching a book title in DISCOVER, which is located in the yellow box at the center of the library home page, toggled on the same tab as the library catalog. When you search discover for book reviews or scholarly articles, pay attention to the citations and notice what scholarly journal your article or review is published in.
H-Net - H-Asia is a great source for book reviews of scholarly titles. H-Net is the one of the exceptions to the rule about avoiding academic articles and book reviews found online. This is a reliable website administered from University of Michigan's History Department and contribute to by an "international interdisciplinary organization of scholars and teachers".