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JSTOR Language & Literature

Subject Guide

Language & Literature Resources on JSTOR

  • Scope: Language & literature has some of the broadest coverage on JSTOR - there are more than 400 journals and hundreds of academaic ebooks in this subject area (access is depending on your library's subscriptions).
  • Content: Coverage of the subject is very broad, encompassing both literary studies and the study of language, from its historical origins to its contemporary usage and education.
  • Regions: The journal titles span the literary cultures of many different countries, containing articles in several languages, including French, Arabic, Italian, Spanish and German.
  • Highlights: Sub-disciplines and strengths include literary criticism, foreign language education, linguistics, contemporary literature, composition, rhetorical studies, literary and cultural reviews, and creative writing.

Lives of Literature

Looking for even more literature resources? Check out our Lives of Literature LibGuide. The Lives of Literature resource comprises four thematic modules:

  • Medieval Authors & Texts
  • Modernist Authors
  • Victorian, Edwardian & Gothic Authors
  • Literary Theorists

The resource supports advanced literary studies and interdisciplinary research on writers and texts critical to curricula in literature and broadens the range of authors and texts covered on JSTOR.

Lives of Literature LibGuide

JSTOR Daily: Arts and Culture Feed

Read our online magazine that connects news and current affairs with related scholarship on JSTOR. It's a great source of ideas for paper topics and classroom discussions.

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