Finding journal articles
The easiest way to find journal articles is to do a keyword search for your topic in LibrarySearch.
We also have a range of databases to help you find journal articles and other relevant material for your subject (they may not all be included in LibrarySearch).
Some databases only give you the reference, but most provide a 'Full text' button if we have a subscription to the article. All our databases are listed in the A-Z of e-resources.
Select databases for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
|Historical Abstracts||material covering 1450-|
|International Medieval Bibliography||material covering c 450-1500|
|Bibliographic data on British and Irish history and relations with the Empire and the Commonwealth, from 55 BC to the present.
This database has superseded the Royal Historical Society Bibliography, which has ceased to be a free resource.
|Bibliography of the History of Art (access via Getty Institute website)|
|Princeton Index to Christian Art|
|MLA Bibliography (Modern Language Association) (from EBSCO)||Modern Language Association index to material on languages, literatures and linguistics published since 1963.|
|MLA Directory of Periodicals||Information on journals and book series within the scope of the MLA International Bibliography, including contact details, descriptions of scope, peer review, and submission guidelines|
|Annual Bibliography of English Language & Literature (ABELL) - part of Literature Online||ABELL lists articles, books and reviews concerning English language and literature published worldwide from 1920 onwards|
|Religious and theological abstracts||index to articles on theology and religion 1957-|