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Databases

The Databases page lists electronic resources that contain citations, abstracts and full-text articles about culture. Some databases can only be accessed from UEL sites. Refer to the Databases page for login information. Suggested databases:

  • ASSIAnet
  • BHInet
  • BIDS
  • EBSCO
  • ScienceDirect
  • Web of Science
  • ZETOC

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General News Sites

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Internet

Bibliomania:
Full text of selected literary and poetic works.

Communication, Culture and Media Studies:  Links to news stories of an anthropological nature published on the web by a variety of news agencies.

Critical Enquiry:  Interdisciplinary journal of philosophy, the humanities, poetry, social studies, art criticism, and cultural and literary theory.

Project Muse:  E-journals on literature and criticism, history, visual and performing arts, cultural studies, education, political science and gender studies.

SOSIG: Cultural Studies:  List of cultural studies related links.

WWW Virtual Library: Culture:  Subject guide to a wide range of cultural resources and events.

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Printed Resources

    • Abstracts of English Studies (Periodicals)
    • The British Humanities Index (See also BHInet online on the Databases page.)
    • Film Index International (Periodicals)
    • Historical Abstracts (Periodicals)
    • MLA International Bibliography (401.6/MLA)
    • Palmer's Index to the Times 1790-1905 (Issue Desk)
    • Women's Studies Abstracts (305.4016)

 

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Contact Subject Specialist

The Subject Specialist for Cultural Studies is Hugh Bowman. For further information, please contact Catherine Johnson by mail or call on 020 8223 7445.

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