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Gerald R. Sherratt Library

 

Shakespeare Studies (Minor): Research Help

Welcome to the Shakespeare Studies Research Guide!

This guide is to help you get a jumpstart on Shakespeare Studies Research by giving an overview of what Shakespeare Studies Resources are available in the library, along with some quick tips on how to find and use them.

Databases

Sherratt Library provides access to a number of databases on a wide range of subjects. Below is a list of databases with content related to Shakespeare Studies:

Journals and Periodicals

Although many of the journals we have in Sherratt Library are available in electronic form, there are times when a print copy is the way to go. Below is a list of journals we have in print and electronic formats. See titles for links to each journal. (Note: Print copies of journals are housed on the first floor of Sherratt Library, organized alphabetically by title.)

Books and Ebooks

Here at Sherratt Library, we use the Library of Congress classification system (call numbers) to organize most of our items, including print books and e-books. Below is a general list of call numbers that relate to Shakespeare Studies (they can help you find items faster).

  • PE 814-896 Early Modern English
  • PR 421-429 Elizabethan era (1550-1640)
  • PR 641-744 By period
  • PR 2199-3195 English renaissance (1500-1640)
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