The literature of disease

English 208 - Fall 2019 - Instructor: Patrick Phillips

Resources for the course The Literature of Disease.

Finding secondary sources

In addition to using SearchWorks, the libray catalog, and Articles+ use these databases for finding criticism on a topic.

[New York] : H.W. Wilson, 1987-
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Ipswich, MA : EBSCO Publishing, c2006-
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[Ipswich, Mass.] : EBSCO Information Services
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Ipswich, MA : EBSCO Pub.
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[Ann Arbor] : ProQuest Information and Learning Co.
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Finding primary sources

In addition to SearchWorks, these are useful resources for finding primary sources.

[Ann Arbor, Mich.] : ProQuest.
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ProQuest's News & Newspapers collection aggregates several newspaper collections, including Alt-Press Watch, Ethnic NewsWatch, GenderWatch, US Hispanic Newsstand, and ProQuest Historic Newspapers, featuring major American daily newspapers, including The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, and The Washington Post.
[United States?] : Cengage Learning
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Features digital backfiles for 19th and 20th century British newspapers, including The Times, The Financial Times, The Daily Mail, and 18th and 19th century newspapers from the British Library's newspaper collections.
Chester, Vt. : NewsBank, inc.
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Contemporary newspapers from around the world.
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