The major index of research pertaining to literature, language, linguistics, folklore, and film. Coverage is international. The MLAIB connects with the MLA Directory of Periodicals. (1926 to present)
Can be searched in conjunction with the MLA Directory of Periodicals, which contains all information available on journals & series on the Bibliography‘s Master List. The Directory of Periodicals is included in the Bibliography.
All American imprints from the 17th and 18th centuries identified in the American Bibliography by Charles Evans and in the supplement by Roger Bristol. For Series 2 (Shaw-Shoemaker) titles, see Microfiche no. S269.5.
Series in America's Historical Imprints (which is a component of Archive of Americana) Series 1, Evans is the only one of the series that UD owns, so entry is listed as" Early American Imprints Series I: Evans, 1639-1800."
Can be searched on Readex AllSearch, an integrated platform that combines Readex’s primary sources into a single cross-searchable interface.
Contains about 100,000 of over 125,000 titles listed in Pollard & Redgrave's Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, & Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640 (STC I) and Donald Wing's A Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America, and of English Books Printed in Other Countries, 1641 to 1700 (STC II), as well as the Thomason Tracts, a compendium of broadsides on the English Civil War printed between 1640 and 1661.
This collection can also be searched on Gale Primary Sources, an integrated platform that combines Gale’s digital archives into a single cross-searchable interface.
Includes Iter Bibliography, Iter Italicum, Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme (e-journal), Early Theatre (e-journal), REED (Records of Early English Drama), New Technologies and Renaissance Studies, Aestimatio, Electronic Capito Project, Medici Archive Project and Baptisteria Sacra Index.
Iter Bibliography: Citations for journal articles, reviews, review articles, bibliographies, catalogs, abstracts, discographies, monographs, & material published in monographs & collections of essays pertaining to the Middles Ages & Renaissance (400-1700).
Iter Italicum: Online version of Paul Oskar Kristeller’s Iter Italicum, the most comprehensive finding list available of previously uncataloged or incompletely cataloged Renaissance humanistic manuscripts found in libraries & collections all over the world.
Renaissance & Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme: A peer-reviewed quarterly journal, multidisciplinary & bilingual, on all aspects of the Renaissance & Reformation period.
Early Theatre: A peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles on medieval or early modern drama & theatre history, rooted in the records & documents of England, Scotland, Ireland, & Wales.
REED (Records of Early English Drama): (1976-1997) Published documentary evidence of early drama, items on records research, & requests by scholars for information. It was superseded by the peer-reviewed journal, Early Theatre.
Aestimatio: Provides critical, timely assessments of books published in the history of what was called science from antiquity up to the early modern period in cultures ranging from Spain to India, & from Africa to northern Europe.
The Electronic Capito Project: Provides access to the text of letters from & to Wolfgang Faber Capito (c. 1478-1541).
Searchable full text of hundreds of periodicals, 1680s-1930s, based on the microfilm sets Early British Periodicals, English Literary Periodicals, and British Periodicals in the Creative Arts together with additional titles.
A vast database covering source material dating from 1106 until 1960 (varies by source). Eight Centuries aggregates indexes, catalogs, collections, and other finding aids, and includes citations to 9,000 periodicals. Combines a number of 19th-century indexes, including Poole's Index to Periodical Literature.
Aims to index all printed works published in Britain, its colonies, and the United States, all printed works in English wherever published, and all translations from English from the beginning of the 19th century to the end of the First World War.
The vast majority of articles written for Victorian periodicals were published anonymously, or under pseudonyms. The index identifies the authors of articles and provides a bibliography for each contributor.