The EMB and BBIH bibliographies only contain citations of full-text articles, not the articles themselves. Whenever a full-text external link is unavailable, try these steps:
Search part of the article title in Google Scholar. Remember to add Coates/Trinity to your library links.
Search the title in Google using quotation marks to return exact matches. Add the file operator to search for PDFs in particular. You may be able to find "wild" copies, e.g., one published on an author's personal web page
Example: "pastoral care and rhetoric in early Anglo-Saxon letters to kings" file:.pdf
Search the title in the library's OneSearch mega-database
If all else fails, submit an interlibrary loan request
The database comprises over 300,000 articles derived from regular coverage of some 4500 periodicals and 5000 miscellany volume (conference proceedings, essay collections, Festschriften and exhibition catalogues). All articles are classified with full bibliographical details and subject classifications and indexing familiar to medievalists.
Covers the written history of Britain and Ireland from 55 BC to the present day. 530,000 entries; 750 journals regularly checked for new entries. Includes multiple subject areas, e.g. women's history, technology, medical history, etc. Click through the gateway for access.
Full-text journal articles, book reviews, and collections of essays across all fields of religion and theology including Biblical studies, world religions, church history, and religious perspectives on social issues.
Use Google Scholar to find sources, citing sources, and/or "search within citing works" to find related sources. Searches journal articles, white papers, student theses, book chapters, institutional reports, etc. When working off campus, set your library links to include Coates Library so you can see which article links have subscription full text options.
The authoritative resource in all aspects of the humanities, with worldwide content pertaining to literary, scholarly and creative thought, providing access to more than 1,450 full-text journals dating back to 1907.
JSTOR is a vast archive of academic journals and History is one of its biggest collections. I've linked to JSTOR's advanced search so you can limit by discipline. Also, you can limit your searches to research articles, useful because JSTOR has loads of book reviews that may otherwise clutter your search results.