The journals and e-books featured below are relevant to the study of Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature, but there are many other periodicals in our collection that may be useful in support of research on these topics. You will discover such journals when you perform topical searches in our various electronic databases.
The eight-digit number in parentheses following the journal title is the important International Standard Serial Number (ISSN), the unique identifier that should be included in any interlibary loan request for a journal article. To search for other journal holdings in our collection, please consult the Journal List linked in the left hand column.
For detailed holdings information on each title, click on the link.
After searching MARINet for books and our journal databases for full-text articles, if you still can't find a book or journal article in our collection, you may request the item through Interlibrary Loan. Master's theses and doctoral dissertations are also often available through ILL, but we ask that you consult with your faculty adviser before ordering these advanced materials. From the date you submit your online request, you can expect a turnaround time of 7 to 10 business days. The Circulation Desk will notify you when your item has been received in the Library. There is no charge for ILL materials.
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