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ENGL 4319: Middle English Religious Literature: Main Page

Welcome!

This guide contains the best databases for research into Middle English Religious Literature. It also contains my contact information. Please feel free to email me (info below) if there is anything I can do to help you find and identify good sources. Remember that for the assignment for Dr. Kraebel's class, your bibliography must contain the following:

  • 1 article published in an academic journal
  • 1 chapter published in an edited essay colleciton
  • 1 chapter from a scholarly monograph
  • No more than 2 chapters from the same monograph
  • Have at least 3 different authors (in your bibliography)
  • Only 1 of the pieces on the syllabus or in the short essay assignment

Best Databases for Research

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary loan is a service that allows you to get materials not available in the Coates Library. If there is a book you need that we don't have, or an article from a journal that we don't subscribe to in full-text, you can still get it by placing a request through interlibrary loan. IT IS FREE (to you). Journal articles will take 2-3 days to arrive, books, 5-10 days.

Chicago Style

A few good journals in this field

Exemplaria | Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies | Journal of Medieval History | Mediaeval Studies | Mediaevalia | Speculum | Traditio