While you have become accustomed to using books, articles, and other secondary and tertiary sources for your research assignments, professional researchers also study primary sources located in archives, museums, special collections, and other cultural repositories. Today you will have an opportunity to learn more about the events recounted in Persepolis using primary resources. In addition to viewing digitized materials, you will also learn how to search for resources held by cultural repositories around the world.
Before your session in the library, read the following (including the appendix):
You will be given a number, which will indicate your topic (below) as well as the people that you will be working with to complete the assignment. Your group will be required to turn in ONE sheet with the information that you recorded for the assignment.
*Indicates that if an initial search for the topic is unsuccessful, you should try searching for the terms in parenthesis.