Welcome to the Research Guide for SPAN 426
These databases are particularly helpful when researching the subject of modern languages and literature.
When conducting research in Spanish, use Spanish as your keywords. Additionally, in all of the databases below, you should be able to limit by language.
Google Scholar can be a great way to find additional research, if you have a few articles on your topic. Search for the articles you have that are on your topic and click "cited by" to see who is citing the articles you are interested in!
Ram Search is a great additional resource for searching for sources! Ram Search searches across everything the library subscribes to, so for keyword searching a discipline-specific database may be best.
Ram Search is great for searching with in a particular journal. Click the "advanced search" link below the search box.
Enter the name of the journal in the first search bar and select "SO Journal Title/Source" from the drop-down beside the search bar. Enter your keywords in the search bars below. NOTE: This strategy can also be used in the MLA database
Journals that might be good to search for are:
The Boston Public Library offers many more resources for finding primary and secondary sources! To obtain an eCard follow the directions in the link below. The Boston Public Library eCard is available to anyone who lives, works, or studies in Massachusetts.