Indexes provide bibliographic citations to articles in books, magazines, journals, and newspapers. A bibliographic citation consists of author, title of article, title of periodical, volume, page, and date. Once you get the citation, check SouthernSearch to see if we have the publication that is cited in the index.
This is the English counterpart of the MLA. It identifies books, pamphlets and periodical articles that contain literary information. Also available online through LION database.
Indexes biographical material in books and journals. Includes references to obituaries, collections of letters, diaries, memoirs and bibliographies.
Includes biographical sketches that have been published in current and retrospective biographical dictionaries. Good place to start if nothing other than the person's name is known.
This is an index to chapters in books and essays in collections.
Index articles that appear in English language journals. Includes language, literature and literary criticism. Entries are by author and subject.
Indexes articles that appear in the New York Times. Book Reviews are arranged by title under the section, "Book Reviews".