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Medieval and Renaissance Studies: Journal and Book Databases
Guide to sources for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
To locate a copy of an article, look for the Find Text button located on the record of each article citation in the databases. Click on it to bring up a box that lists full-text and paper copy holdings.
Despite the name, Web of Science includes the Arts and Humanities Citation Index from 1975 to present. Excellent source for new articles and book reviews. Provides cited reference searching and journal impact factors.
Primarily an index to images and their locations in collections. Some digital images are available through the index.
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Searchable electronic database consisting of the most comprehensive record of Shakespeare-related scholarship and theatrical productions published or produced worldwide between 1960 and 2010. Access is limited to UT users.