Contents of This Guide
Find a Book: A guide to using the Library catalog and other sources to find books that will be useful for your research.
Find a Journal Article: A guide to key databases for early modern literary research, including ITER, MLA International Bibliography, and ABELL.
Primary Sources: Information on sources for finding primary material in early modern and Shakespearean studies.
Introduction to Research Skills: A guide with helpful hints on search techniques, evaluating sources, and managing citations for your research.
This guide provides information for students in English 398D: Shakespearean Audiences about research resources in Shakespeare, general literary research methods, and how to use the Literatures and Languages Library.
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Please, Ask a Librarian!
If you're having trouble using library resources or conducting your research, don't hesitate to contact the Literatures and Languages Library for help. Visit us at 225 Main Library, or contact the English and Digital Humanities Librarian Harriett Green by e-mail at green19[at]illinois.edu or by phone at 217-333-2220. For more information on getting help at the Library and research resources, visit the Literatures and Languages Library's website.