Middlebury library's search engine. It searches everything we own or have access to, including books, articles, and reference materials. It's multidisciplinary, so you'll find articles about Literature and all the other subjects taught at Middlebury. (go/LibrarySearch/)
Tip: Peer-Review Articles & Databases
Peer-reviewed articles are:
written by experts in the field
assessed for validity and scholarly rigor by other experts in the field (peer review)
published in scholarly journals
Library databases are:
online, searchable collections of publications
may include peer-reviewed articles, newspaper articles, magazine articles, e-books, primary sources, and more
may include full-text publications or bibliographic citations
may be narrowly focused on a specific field or broadly include material from a variety of disciplines
are often accessible by subscription only, through your library
Offers full text of over 100 scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, and mathematics from the 1990s to present. This is a subscription resource; for off-campus access, enter your Middlebury username and password when prompted. Shortcuts: go/muse (on campus), http://go.middlebury.edu/muse (off campus). To access Project Muse for alumni visit http://go.middlebury.edu/musealum
Find up-to-date analysis, biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism, and reviews on more than 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods, and from around the world.
A fully digitized run (1842-2003) of the world’s most iconic illustrated newspaper. Includes over 260,000 pages in full color. Browse print issues from 1855 through 1858 in Special Collections. (click here for the catalog record).
Nexis Uni is the new platform for LexisNexis Academic. It offers a streamlined, unified search of more than 15,000 news, legal and business sources. Resources include the full text of national and international newspapers; magazines; wire services; business and financial information; U.S. laws, regulations, and legal cases. Designed to meet student needs, it allows individual customization along with collaboration tools for creating shared work space for group projects.
Access the digital archives of The Times of London from 1785 onwards (most recent 6 years not included). Search by keyword, by words in text, or browse by date and retrieve the full text as it appeared in the paper. Search with other collections and British newspapers via Gale Artemis.