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ENG350: 19th Century Women Writers, 2015: Finding Critical Articles

Finding critical articles in databases

Finding (older) critical articles in print reference

Many of your authors are the subjects of print bibliographies of older materials.  While there may be some overlap with MLA, the organization of these print bibliographies by subject or novel can be useful in finding these older scholarly works.

To locate print bibliographies on a particular scholar, do an advanced search of:  Author and Bibliography, limit to HU-Reference.

Looking for a Journal?

Got citation, need full text?

 

Print Journal Locations

 

The print journals are shelved alphabetically by title:

 

current issues:
Lewis Reading Room, 1st floor

older issues:
ground floor "compact" shelves 


What if an article isn't full-text in my database?

First, make sure you're looking at an article. Then click on Hollins JournalFinder. The video below shows you what you'll see.

View the video:journalfinder_movie

Subject Guide

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The University of Texas at Austin
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Southwestern University
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