The premier bibliography for students and scholars of literature. Indexes all major university press publications and scholarly journals. Hosted by EBSCO so you can expand your search to other EBSCO databases.
This gateway to African American studies features scholarly essays, journal and newspaper articles video, and more. Because of the comprehensive scope, the Black Studies Center is a good place to begin your research.
The definitive index to the world's literature regarding Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender issues. This database contains indexing and abstracts for more than 150 LGBT-specific core periodicals and 300 LGBT-specific core books and reference works.
Hosted by Web of Science, this looks unrelated to literary studies, but the "Cited Reference Search" tab allows you to track down which scholars are citing your work or the work of authors or theorists you may be studying.
A comprehensive compilation of case law, articles, publications, news, and court documents. Useful in literary studies for knowing the first time a term appears in print or how often it is used in news reporting.
"Early Modern Books covers material from the British Isles and Europe for the period 1450-1700. An integrated search across both Early English Books Online and Early European Books allows scholars to view materials from over 225 source libraries worldwide."
"A nonprofit organization formed to promote and advance communication among all sectors of the scholarly publication community through networking, information dissemination, and facilitation of new developments in the field."
Provides instructions on how to access UF Libraries' proxy server and the Virtual Private Network (VPN).
UF Library Catalog
Find books, articles, and other resources held by the University of Florida.
UF Digital Collection (UF DC)
Access the University of Florida's collection of digitized resources, including dissertations and theses, digitized newspapers and historical photographs, and historical documents.
The University of Florida Libraries established and supports the IR@UF in order to offer a central location for the collection, preservation, and dissemination of scholarly, research, and creative production alongside historical materials from the University of Florida.