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Hope College Research Guides - Priscilla Atkins

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Priscilla Atkins
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Arts & Humanities: Undergraduate Publishing Opportunities
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated May 15, 2013
humanities and arts pubs
English 248 "Fences" in the Library
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated Apr 16, 2012
This guide lists Primary and Secondary Databases for research on August Wilson's "Fences."
English 248 Finding Criticism and Author Biography
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated Sep 30, 2011
Books, Articles - print and online
English 295 Countries, Cultures and Cuisines
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated Mar 9, 2010
In short, this guide is designed for Carla Vissers' short class on short stories.
English 355 Exploring Poetry in Another Country
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated May 21, 2013
This guide reminds you where to look: HopeCAT, MeLCat, ProjectMuse, ARTstor, and more!
ENGLISH 375 African American Literature
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated Sep 15, 2010
Finding Primary Sources 19th Century
Tags: african, american, literature
FILM research
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated Jan 13, 2014
Links to help with writing about film.
IDS 172 Cultural Heritage Kipp/Young
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated Feb 16, 2010
Primary Sources: New York Times and 19th Century Pamphlets
Undergraduate Publishing Opportunities in Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated Feb 15, 2010
This guide is designed to give you a taste of what is "out there" for student writers, including publications exclusive to undergraduate authors as well as those that are broader-based. Specific journals are listed for the purpose of example only.
Undergraduate Publishing Opportunities in the Social Sciences
by Priscilla Atkins - Last Updated May 15, 2013
Gateway Sites to and specific examples of journals that are dedicated to (or at least open to) undergraduate authors.
 
 
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