|Resource Name &|
Link to Resource:
|MLA International Bibliography (plus ABELL plus Full-Text)|
Contains references to language and literature commentary in books, book collections and articles from over 4,400 journals; more than 66,000 records in over 60 languages are currently added each year. The index also includes dictionaries, catalogs, handbooks, bibliographies, indexes, other reference works, published working papers, conference papers, conference proceedings, citations of dissertations from Dissertations Abstracts International, handbooks, anthologies for teaching, syllabi, textbooks, and curriculum guides. Subject coverage includes:
In addition to the contents of the annual volumes (which record scholarship from around 1960 onwards), the electronic version of the bibliography also includes subject-indexed records for the entire runs of journals from JSTOR's Language and Literature collection. This comprises over 50,000 records, including material from journals from as far back as the 1880s. Connect to JSTOR or the E-Journals Database to access the full-text of those articles.
|Resource Type(s):||All Relevant Database(s), Key Database(s)|
|Access information:||Resource is available on-campus or off-campus via EZProxy; Click the resource name to access it or here for off-campus instructions.|
|Fulltext:||Fulltext is available.|
|Vendor Name:||LION / Chadwyck-Healey / ProQuest|
|Research Guides:||American Literature, 20th Century, English Literature & Language, Linguistics|
|Coverage:||1880s - present|
|Update Frequency:||9 times a year|
|Special usage notes:||
To see copies of the resources referenced in MLAIB and ABELL, look for the following icons to the left of each citation (the source of each citation is labeled to distinguish the source of the citation):
For those items that do not have full-text links, use (more information). To see if we own a paper copy of the item, search the title via our online catalog, InfoKat; use the InfoKat link on the Get Text UK menu to have the item searched automatically by its ISSN. If we do not own the item in any format, and you are a UK-affiliate, you may request the item through ILLiad; use the Get Text UK menu and have the requested item's bibliographic information automatically entered into the ILLiad form.