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ENG 3301: Critical Theory and Practice for English Majors: Articles & Databases

Where to Search

Use Research Databases to find articles on your topic.

  • Databases are electronic indexes that provide searchable "lists" of articles that have been published in journals, popular magazines, newspapers, or other items on almost any subject you can think of!

  • Many of the databases contain full text, meaning that the entire article is available in the database, either in PDF or HTML format. Some databases do not contain full text articles. To find the full text of an article, use the Full Text Finder button or check the Periodical List.

  • The library has access to more than 600 databases, and choosing one is the first step for successful searching. You can choose a research database by Subject, by Name, or by Type. Try a database specific to your subject area for more advanced research by using the databases listed under By Subject.

Which databases should I use?

All of these databases come from the English databases page.

Search here for biographical information. View full list of our Biography databases.

Search here for general information. You can also view the full list of databases on the Research Databases page.

Search here for historical research and primary source documents.

Search here for articles about society and culture.