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THTR 3331: History of Theatre, The Classical Stage to the Theatre of the Enlightenment

This guide offers starting points and suggestions for continuing your research process in Dr. Connelly's History of Theatre courses.

Search Broadly

As you begin exploring your subject, keep your search terms broad and narrow down as needed. When you fine useful or intriguing sources, make note of keywords used to describe the article and conduct additional, more narrow searches. 

Search Specifically

Once you have a strong idea about the direction of your research, it may make sense to search in specific databases and remove the clutter from a larger resource. Remember that if the library does not own an article or book that will help you, start early so that you may borrow it from another library.

Borrow Materials

Cite Sources