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This guide lists key sources of information for English Language and Literature that are available for Kwantlen users. Click on the tabs for different types of sources and useful research tips.
American Passages: A Literary Survey - A video course on American literature for college-level instruction and teacher professional development; 16 half-hour video programs, instructor's guide, study guide, and Web site
When you think of the beats, the first state that comes to mind is most likely not Utah. However, the Utah State University Libraries have crafted an elegant and wonderful collection of documents, broadsheets, handouts, and posters that were crafted as part of this social and cultural movement of the 1950s and 1960s. This particular collection is part of a series of gifts purchased by the Marie Eccles Caine Foundation and covered topics include environmental consciousness, civil rights, fee speech, and the anti-war movement. Here, visitors will find nineteen different items, including "Dancing Comes the Hump-backed Flute Player" and "Revolt of the Ashcans."
Most relevant databases
Our Research Databases page offers you access to over 160 databases. But to start your research, we recommend:
JSTOR is a multi-disciplinary database of archived scholarly journals in a variety of subjects.. The collections do not contain current issues of journals, and typically have a "moving wall" of 3 - 5 years.