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LES Bibliography

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Bibliography: Studies of Interest to Literatures in English Librarians 

 

Studies of Interest to Literatures in English Librarians cumulates citations appearing in Biblio-Notes, the newsletter of the ACRL Literatures in English Section (LES), and other sources. Citations are categorized under four subject headings that are particularly helpful to librarians who work with literatures in English: English in Higher Education; Reference, Research, and Instruction; Technical Services; and Collections. Studies of Interest was conceived by Scott Stebelman, and later maintained by Dan Coffey, Michaelyn Burnette, and Aparna Zambare.  It is currently being migrated to Zotero by members of the LES Publications Committee.

 

Click here to link to the Bibliography of Studies on the MLA International Bibliography, an online bibliography offered by the MLA International Bibliography in Academic Libraries Discussion Group.

 

Table of Contents

 

 

English in Higher Education

Graduate Education

English Studies

History of the Book

Canon Formation

Impact of Technology on Humanities Research, Teaching, and Production

Composition Studies (including Technical Writing, Rhetoric Studies, Professional Communication)

 

Reference, Research, and Instruction

Literary Research Tools

Reference

Research and Information-Seeking Behaviors of Humanities Scholars

Database Searching

User Education

General

 

Technical Services

Cataloging and Indexing

Preservation

 

Collections

Collection Development and Assessment

Special Collections

Electronic Texts, Books, and Journals

General

Miscellaneous

 

 

                                                                             English in Higher Education
Graduate Education

 

Abram, Michael E. "Graduate Student Assistants and Collective Bargaining: What Model?" PMLA 115 (2000): 1188-91.

 

Anderson, David L. "Graduate Research in English: A Foreign Point of View." Literary Research Newsletter 3 (1978): 15-21.

 

Baker, Carlos.  "Needs in the Graduate School."  College English 11.6 (1950): 339-44.   

 

Bateson, F. W. "The Function of the Library in Graduate Study in English." Journal of General Education 13 (April 1961): 5-17.

 

Bauer, Dale, et al. "Forging a Pedagogical Community." Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language,
Composition, and Culture 8.1 (2008): 177-204.

 

Bellis, George.  "Form and Fieldwork in English Studies."  College English 36.8 (1975): 877-93.

 

Bentley, Gerald Eades.  "The Graduate School as a Preparation for Teachers."  College English 12.6 (1951): 330-5. 

 

Brooks, Peter. “How Can We Keep on Doing This? Reflections on Graduate Education in the Humanities.” In The Politics of Research. Eds. E. Ann Kaplan and George Levine. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1997: 162-69.

 

Burton, Dwight L.  “Prospects for Graduate Programs in English Education.”  English Education 14 (1982): 144-8.

 

Butler, Todd. "Rethinking the Academic and Nonacademic Divide."  PMLA 115 (2000): 1275-6.

 

Cardozo, Karen M. "Demystifying the Dissertation." Profession (2006): 138-154.

 

Cassorla, Leah F. "Kairos and Graduate Student Professionalization." Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 11.1 (2006): [no pagination].

 

Clarke, Eric. "Cultural Studies, the English Major, and Doctoral Education." ADE Bulletin 136 (2004): 37-9.

 

Cohen, Walter. "The Economics of Doctoral Education in Literature."  PMLA 115 (2000):  1164-87.

 

Cooper, Amy, and Dawn Bikowski. "Writing at the Graduate Level: What Tasks do Professors Actually Require?" Journal of English for Academic Purposes 6.3 (2007): 206-21.


Corkill, C. et al. Doctoral Students in Humanities: A Small-Scale Panel Study of Information Needs and Uses 1976-1979. Sheffield: Centre for Research on User Studies, University of Sheffield, 1981.

 

Day, John T. "Rethinking Graduate Education in English: The Liberal Arts College Perspective." ADE Bulletin 111 (Fall 1995): 33-37.

 

De Naples, Frederick. "Between the Undergraduate College and the Graduate School: What do Undergraduates Need? what are Doctoral Programs Doing?" ADE Bulletin 134-135 (2003): 39-42.

 

De Vos, Martine L. "Everybody Happy in Graduate School: Empowering Graduate Students, Supporting Their Advisers, and Increasing the Graduation Rate for PhDs in the Humanities at Utrecht University." ADE Bulletin 141-142 (2007): 24-31.

 

Delbanco, Andrew. "What Should PhD Mean?."  PMLA 115 (2000): 1205-9.

 

Dorwick, Keith, ed., et al.  “Looking Elsewhere: Career Options Other than the Tenure-Track Teaching Position for M.A.s and Ph.D.s in English.”  Computers and Composition 17 (2000):  69-95.

 

Dubrow, Heather. "Workshop on Placement Services." PMLA 115 (2000): 1263-1265.

 

Duyfhuizen, Bernard. "Betwixt and Between: The Master's Program and A Field of Dreams." ADE Bulletin 112 (Winter 1995): 21-24.

 

Erickson, Lori.  “The Graduate Student, Forty-Five Years Later.”  College English  47 (1985): 852-855.

 

"Feminist Medieval Graduate Studies and the Future of the Profession." Medieval Feminist Newsletter 19 (1995): 13-28.

 

Ferber, Michael. "Why Should Graduate Students in English Literature Know Foreign Languages?" ADE Bulletin 145 (2008): 62-65.

 

Fetterley, Judith.  “Dreaming the Future of English.”  College English 61 (1999): 702-11.

 

Friedrichsmeyer, Sara. "Cultural Studies and the Future of Doctoral Education." PMLA 115 (2000): 1265-1266.

 

Gaylord, Mary M. "On the outside Looking in: Some Thoughts about the MA Degree." PMLA 115 (2000): 1267-1269.

 

Giordano, Michael J. "Revaluing the Master's Degree." PMLA 115 (2000): 1271-1273.

"Graduate Admissions and Graduate Education." ADE Bulletin 111 (Fall 1995): 28-48.

 

Graff, Gerald. "Two Cheers for Professionalizing Graduate Students." PMLA 115 (2000): 1192-3.

Guillory, John. "Preprofessionalism: What Graduate Students Want." ADE Bulletin 113 (1996): 4-8.

 

---. "The System of Graduate Education." PMLA 115 (2000): 1154-63.

 

Haber, Tom Burns.  "Graduate Study in English after the War."  College English 6.1 (1944): 41-5.

 

Hassan, Ihab. “Let the Fresh Air In: Graduate Studies in the Humanities.” In Beauty and the Critic: Aesthetics in an Age of Cultural Studies. Ed James

Soderholm. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 1997: 190-207.

 

Heilman, Robert B. "Teaching Careers and Graduate Schools: Some Notes on Programs and Postures." College English 32.7 (1971): 754-9.

 

Holloway, Loretta. "The ‘Unemployed and Heartbroken': Graduate Students and Teacher Training." The Centennial Review 40.2 (Spring 1996): 293-98.

 

Huber, Bettina J. "The MLA's 1993-94 Survey of Ph.D. Placement: The Latest English Findings and Trends through Time." ADE Bulletin 112 (Winter 1995): 40-51.

 

Hult, David. "Playing by the Numbers: A Different Perspective on the Job Market." PMLA 115 (2000): 1269-1271.

 

Hunter, J. Paul. "The Return to History in English Studies." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 289-299.

 

Justman, Stewart. "Meditation in a Time of Bust." College English 36.8 (1975): 917-20.

 

Kirby, Dawn Latta.  "Achieving Balance in Graduate Programs: Negotiating Best Practices."  English Education 39.1 (2006): 5-9.

 

Knapp, James F. "Articulating the New Graduate Curriculum." ADE Bulletin 103 (Winter 1992): 31-33.

 

------. "Graduate Education and The Preparation of New Faculty Members." ADE Bulletin 112 (Winter 1995): 7-10.

 

Knodt Ellen, Andrews. "Graduate Programs for Two-Year-College Faculty: History and Future Directions." The Profession of English in the Two-Year College. Ed. Mark (ed and introd ). Reynolds and Sylvia (ed and introd ). Holladay-Hicks. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, x, 2005. 125-136.

 

Kribbs, Jayne K. "McKerrow and Gaskell: Their Roles in Graduate Literary Research." Literary Research Newsletter 1 (1976): 31-39.

 

Kucich, John.  "Cultural Studies, Victorian Studies, and Graduate Education."  Victorian Literature and Culture 27.2 (1999): 477-80. 

 

Kuhn, Reinhard.  "The Return to Basics in Graduate Studies: A Reappraisal of a Revolution."  Modern Language Studies 9.1 (1978): 5-14.


Landow, George. "Hypertext in Literary Education, Criticism and Scholarship." Computers and the Humanities 23 (1989): 173-198.

 

Langland, Elizabeth. "The Future of Graduate Education: Or, Which Graduate Programs Have a Future?" ADE Bulletin 111 (Fall 1995): 28-32.

 

"Looking Elsewhere: Career Options Other Than the Tenure-Track Teaching Position for M.A.s and Ph.D.s in English." Computers and Composition 17 (2000) 69-95.

 

McGrail, Ewa and Robert Rozema.  “Envisioning Effective Technology Integration: A Scenario for English Education Doctoral Programs.”  Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education  5 (2005): 237-53.

 

McHaney, Thomas L. "Life after English: Taking the Ph.D. beyond the Academic Job Market."  South Atlantic Review 66.3 (2001): 108-13.

 

MLA Committee on Academic Freedom and Professional Rights and Responsibilities. "Advice to Graduate Students: From Application to Career." ADE Bulletin 132 (2002): 49-53.

 

----. "Advice to Universities and Graduate Programs on Graduate Student Rights and Responsibilities." ADE Bulletin 132 (2002): 54-5.

 

Nelson, Cary. "Graduate Studies and the Job Market." PMLA 115.5 (2000): 1200-2.

 

Olson, Gary A. and Julie Drew. “(Re)reenvisioning the Dissertation in English Studies.” College English (Sept. 1998): 56-66.

 

Mountford, Roxanne, and Nedra Reynolds. "Rhetoric and Graduate Studies: Teaching in a Postmodern Age." Rhetoric Review 15.1 (1996): 192-214.

 

Peltason, Timothy. "The Place of Reading: Graduate Education and the Literature Classroom." ADE Bulletin 113 (1996): 9-12.

 

Porter, Laurence M. "A Teacher-Training Course for Graduate Students in Literature and Culture." PMLA 115 (2000): 1262-1263.

 

Prichard, Nancy S. "The Training of Junior College English Teachers." College Composition and Communication 21.1 (1970): 48-54.

 

Reynolds, Judy. "The MLA International Bibliography and Library Instruction in Literature and the Humanities." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 213-247.

 

Royster, Jacqueline Jones. "Shifting the Paradigms of English Studies: Continuity and Change." PMLA 115 (2000): 1222-1228.

 

Saunders, Hade. “The Graduate Student in English.”  Kenyon Review 2 (1940), 429–32.

 

Scott, Patrick. "How, Practically, Do Textual Studies Fit into the Graduate Curriculum." Literary Research Newsletter 9.4 (1984): 53-66.

 

Showalter, English. A Career Guide: For PhDs and PhD Candidates in English and Foreign Languages. New York, NY: Modern Language Association of America, 1994. vi, 1994.

 

Shugrue, Michael.  "Graduate Education and the Appointment of Faculty."  South Atlantic Bulletin 36.1 (1971): 16-24.

 

Shumway, Nicolas. "Preparing Graduate Students to Teach in the Major: Two Modest Proposals." PMLA 115 (2000):1193-5.

 

Stevenson, John.  "Doing More Good, Doing Less Harm: Some Trends in Graduate Education."  ADE Bulletin 141-142 (2007), 8-15.

 

Steward, Doug. "The Foreign Language Requirement in English Doctoral Programs." Profession (2006): 203-218.


Stewart, David H.  "A New Doctoral Program in English."  College English 32.3 (1970): 279-83. 

 

Stimpson, Catharine R. "Myths of Transformation: Realities of Change." PMLA 115 (2000): 1142-53.

 

Sullivan, Patrick. "The Passions and Pathologies of an English Ph.D." Chronicle of Higher Education 42.26 (Mar 8, 1996): B3.

 

Thomas, Calvin.  "Moments of Productive Bafflement, or Defamiliarizing Graduate Students in English." Pedagogy 5.1 (2005) 19-35.


Ward, Patricia A.  "Contexts for Administering Graduate Programs."  ADFL Bulletin 32.3 (2001): 13-6. 

 

Watt, Stephen.  “The Human Costs of Graduate Education; or, The Need To Get Practical.” Academe 81 (Nov./Dec. 1995): 30-35.

 

Wiberley, Stephen E., Jr. "A Typology of Literary Scholarship for Academic Librarians." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 300-318.

 

Williams, William Proctor. "Biblio-Textual Studies in the Graduate Curriculum." Literary Research Newsletter 9.4 (1984): 74-81.

 

Wisker, Gina.  "Moulding and Managing the 'Key to All Mythologies': Considering English PhDs in the New Knowledge Economy."  Working Papers on the Web 8 (2005): (no pagination).


Yarbrough, Stephen R.  "The Aims of Graduate Education in English: A Few Thoughts about Survival."  South Atlantic Review 66.3 (2001): 101-7.

 

Ziolkowski, Theodore. "The Shape of the PhD: Present, Past, and Future." ADE Bulletin 97 (Winter 1990): 12-17.

 

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English Studies

 

2001-02 ADE Ad Hoc Committee on the English Major. "The Undergraduate English Major." ADE Bulletin 134-135 (2003): 68-91.

 

Abrams, M. H. "The Transformation of English Studies: 1930- 1955." Daedalus 126.1 (1997): 105-131.

 

ADE Ad Hoc Committee on the English Major . “The Undergraduate English Major.” Profession ( 2004): 178–217.

 

Arant, Wendi. "A New Twist to the Electronic Distribution List: A Library Outreach Tool. Using a Listserv to Liaison with English Department Faculty at Texas A&M University." Internet Reference Services Quarterly 4.2 (1999): 51-55.

 

Bartholomae, David. “The Future of English.” Critical Quarterly 39.1 (Spring 1997): 3-7.

 

Beck, Jonathan. "After New Literary-History and Theory: Notes on The MLA Hit-Parade and The Currencies of Academic Exchange." New Literary History 26 (1995): 697-709.

 

Beidler, Peter G.  "What English Majors do Out there, How they Feel about It, and What We Do about It." ADE Bulletin 133 (2003): 29-35.

 

Bennett, James R. "Departments of Literatures in English: The Changing Canon." The Arkansas Review: A Journal of Criticism 4.2 (Fall 1995): 138-48.

 

Berlin, James A. Rhetorics, Poetics, and Cultures: Refiguring College English Studies. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1996.

 

Berube, Michael. The Employment of English: Theory, Jobs, and the Future of Literary Studies. New York: New York UP, 1998.

 

Bryant, John. The Fluid Text: A Theory of Revision and Editing for Book and Screen. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002.

 

Cage, Mary Crystal. "Survey Finds That Most English Departments Include Classical Texts in Lower-Division Courses." The Chronicle of Higher Education 41 (Oct. 12 1994): A18.

 

Childs, Peter. The Essential Guide to English Studies. New York: Continuum, 2008.

 

Clark, Robert and Piero Boitani, eds.  English Studies in Transition: Papers from the ESSE Inaugural Conference.  London, New York: Routledge, 1993.

 

Critical Dialogues: Current Issues in English Studies in Germany and Britain. Tubingen, Germany: Gunter Narr Verlag, 1995.

 

Dalbey, Marcia A. "What Good is the MA Degree?" ADE Bulletin 112 (Winter 1995): 17-20.  

 

De Naples, Frederick. "Between the Undergraduate College and the Graduate School: What do Undergraduates Need? What are Doctoral Programs Doing?"

ADE Bulletin 134-135 (2003): 39-42.

 

Dilworth, Collett and Nancy Mellin McCracken. "Ideological Cross-Currents in English Studies and English Education: A Report of a National Survey of Professors' Beliefs and Practices." English Education 29.1 (Feb. 1, 1997): 7-17.

 

Ellis, David and Hanna Oldman. “The English Literature Researcher in the Age of the Internet.” Journal of Information Science 31 (2005): 29-36.

 

Ellis, John M. Literature Lost: Social Agendas and the Corruption of the Humanities.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.

 

English as A Discipline, or, Is There A Plot in This Play? Ed. James C. Raymond. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 1996.

 

Fish, Stanley. Professional Correctness: Literary Studies and Political Change. New York: Clarendon Press, 1995.

 

Fleishman, Avrom.  “The Condition of English: Taking Stock in a Time of Culture Wars.” College English 57 (1995): 807-21.

 

Franklin, Phyllis et al. "Continuity and Change in the Study of Literature." Change (Jan.-Feb. 1992): 42-48.

 

"The Future of English." ADE Bulletin 131 (2002): 14-40.

 

Gallagher, Catherine. "The History of Literary Criticism." Daedalus 126.1 (1997): 133-153.

 

Gallop, Jane.  "The Historization of Literary Studies and the Fate of Close Reading." Profession (2007): 181-6.

 

Gumbrecht, Hans Ulrich.  "The Future of Literary Studies?"  New Literary History 26 (1995): 499-518. 


Hall Donald, E., and S. Lanser, Susan. "That Was Then, This Is Now, but What Will Be? A Dialogue between Two Generations of Professors." Professions: Conversations on the Future of Literary and Cultural Studies. Ed. Donald E. (ed and introd ). Hall. Urbana, IL: U of Illinois P, 2001. 202-223.  

 

Hardin, Joe Marshall and Ray Wallace, eds. Teaching, Research, and Service in the Twenty-first Century English Department: A Delicate Balance.

Lewiston, N.Y. : E. Mellen Press, 2004.

 

Harner, James L. Literary Research Guide: An Annotated Listing of Reference Sources in English Literary Studies. 5th ed. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2008.
 

Harris, Charles B. "What We Talk about When We Talk about English." ADE Bulletin 113 (Spring 1996): 21-29.

 

Harris, Wendell V. “Assessing the Publication Swamp in Literary Studies.” Journal of Information Ethics 6 (Spring 1997): 47-58

 

Heilman, Robert Bechtold. The Professor and the Profession. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2002.  

 

"Highlights of the MLA's 1990 Survey of Upper-Division Literature Courses." ADE Bulletin 101 (Spring 1992): 34-35.

 

Hogan, Patrick Colm. "Literary Art and Liberal Education." JGE: The Journal of General Education 44.2 (1995): 69-86.

 

Hopkins, Chris. Thinking About Texts An Introduction to English Studies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

 

Huber, Bettina J. "The MLA's 1993-94 Survey of Ph.D. Placement: The Latest English Findings and Trends through Time." ADE Bulletin 112 (Winter 1995): 40-51.

 

------. "Today's Literature Classroom: Findings from the MLA's 1990 Survey of Upper-Division Courses." ADE Bulletin 101 (Spring 1992): 36-60

 

------. "Undergraduate English Programs: Findings from an MLA Survey of the 1991-92 Academic Year." ADE Bulletin 115 (Winter 1996): 34-73.

 

------. "What's Being Read in Survey Courses? Findings from a 1990-91 MLA Survey of English Departments." ADE Bulletin 110 (Spring 1995): 40-48.

 

Jehlen, Myra. "Theory and the English Professor." ADE Bulletin 108 (Fall 1994): 19-22.

 

Johnson, Lisa. "The Life of the Mind: American Academia Reflected through Contemporary Fiction." RSR: Reference Services Librarian 24.3 (1996): 23-44.

 

Johnson, Nan. "Rhetoric and Literature: Politics, Theory, and the Future of English Studies." ADE Bulletin 77 (Spring 1984): 22-25.

 

Kalish, Alan L. “Learning to Profess: The Enculturation of New Faculty Members in English.” Dissertation Abstracts International 58 (1997): 3438A. 

 

Kernan, Alvin.  The Death of Literature.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990.

Kramer, Hilton and Roger Kimball. "Farewell to the MLA." The New Criterion 13.6 (Feb. 1995): 5-16.

 

Langston, Diane Beasley. "A Historical Construct of English as a Discipline: 100 Years of Conflict and Compromise." DAI 56.8 (1996): 3025A.

 

Lansdown, Richard. "'Our Fault, Not Theirs': The Future of the Humanities. Profession (2006): 119-128.

 

Laurence, David (ed. and intro.).  "The English Major." ADE Bulletin 133 (2003): 3-41.

 

Laurence, David (ed ). "Language and Literature in the Academy: Papers from the 2003 ADE-ADFL Summer Seminar." ADE Bulletin 136 (2004): 7-68.

 

Levine, George. "Putting the 'Literature' Back into Literature Departments." ADE Bulletin 113 (1996): 13-20.

 

McComiskey, Bruce.  English Studies: An Introduction to the Discipline(s).  Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English, 2006.

 

McNew, Janet. "Politicized Polemics: Who Names the Controversies." ADE Bulletin 102 (Fall 1992): 40-43.

 

Magner, Denise K. "Top English Departments No Longer Require Courses on Shakespeare, A Study Finds." The Chronicle of Higher Education 43 (Jan. 10, 1997): A12.

 

Mejia, Jaime Armin.  “Multiculturalism in College English Departments.“  College English 69 (2006): 173-8.

 

Miall, D. S. "Rethinking English Studies: The Role of the Computer." In Humanities and the Computer: New Directions. Ed. D. S. Miall. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 1990.

 

Miller, J. Hillis.  "Literary Study in the University without Idea." ADE Bulletin 113 (1996): 30-3.

 

Miller, Thomas P. and Brian Jackson.  “What Are English Majors For?”  College Composition and Communication 58 (2007): 682-708.

 

Pankake, Marcia. "Faculty Liaison: Librarians and Faculty as Colleagues." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 319-336.

 

Pratt, Linda Ray. "In a Dark Wood: Finding a New Path to the Future of English." ADE Bulletin 131 (2002): 27-33.

 

Reconceptualizing American Literary/Cultural Studies: Rhetoric, History, and Politics in The Humanities. Ed. William E. Cain. New York: Garland, 1996.

 

Renker, Elizabeth. The Origins of American Literature Studies: An Institutional History. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2007.

 

Royster, Jacqueline Jones. "Shifting the Paradigms of English Studies: Continuity and Change." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 115.5 (2000): 1222-8.

 

Saldivar, Jose David. "Tracking English and American Literary and Cultural Criticism." Daedalus 126.1 (1997): 155-174.

 

Scholes, Robert. The Rise and Fall of English: Reconstructing English as a Discipline. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1998.

 

Schuster, Jack H. "Speculating About the Labor Market for Academic Humanists: ‘Once More unto the Breach.'" Profession (1995): 56-61. 

 

Schwarz, Daniel R. In Defense of Reading: Teaching Literature in the Twenty-first Century.  Chichester, U.K. ; Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.

 

Selfe, Cynthia. "Computers in English Departments: The Rhetoric of Technopower." ADE Bulletin 90 (Fall 1988): 63-67.

 

Seyhan, Azade. "Beyond Cultural Studies: Toward a Multilingual Collaboration in the Humanities." ADE Bulletin 136 (2004): 33-6.

 

Simpson, David. "Teaching English: What and Where Is the Cutting Edge?" ADE Bulletin 99 (Spring 1991): 14-18.

 

Spiller, Robert E. "The Function of Literary Research." College English 10 (1949): 203-209.

 

"The Situation of the Humanities." ADE Bulletin 138-139 (2005): 18-44.  

 

Staunton, John A.  Deranging English/Education: Teacher Inquiry, Literary Studies, and Hybrid Visions of "English" for 21st Century Schools.

Urbana, Ill.: National Council of Teachers of English, 2008.

 

Stenson, Linnea A. “Pulp Paperbacks.” In Lesbian Histories and Cultures; An Encyclopedia. Ed. Bonnie Zimmerman. New York: Garland, 2000: 623-625.


Tatum, Stephen. "'The Thing Not Named': Or, The End of Creative Writing in the English Department." ADE Bulletin 106 (Winter 1993): 30-34.

 

Terkla, Dan and Steve McKinzie. “The Revolution Is Being Televised: Pedagogy and Information Retrieval in the Liberal Arts College.” College & Undergraduate Libraries 4.2 (1997): 9-20.

 

Trends in English and American Studies: Literature and The Imagination. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1996. 


Wahlstrom, Billie J. and Cynthia L. Selfe. "A View from the Bridge: English Departments Piloting among the Shoals of Computer Use." ADE Bulletin 109 (Winter 1994): 35-45.

 

Wallace, Jo-Ann. "English Studies Versus the Humanities? Cultural Studies and Institutional Power." University of Toronto Quarterly: A Canadian Journal of the Humanities 64 (1995): 506-13.

 

Waller, Gary F. "Working within the Paradigm Shift: Poststructuralism and the College Curriculum." ADE Bulletin 81 (Fall 1985): 6-12.

 

Watt, Stephen. "Looking forward, Looking backward on English Departments and the Profession." The Centennial Review 40.2 (1996): 299-306.

 

Webster, David S. “Continuity and Change in the Highest-Ranked Ph.D.-Granting Departments of English, 1925-1982.”   Research in Higher Education v. 31 (1990): 443-60.

 

Weintraub, K. “The Humanist Scholar and the Library.” Library Quarterly 50.1 (1980): 22-39.

 

Widdowson, Peter. "Editing Readers: The Craft of Literary Studies in the 1990s." English: The Journal of the English Association 45.182 (Summer 1996): 127-144.

 

Williams, Jeffrey J.  The Institution of Literature.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 2002. 

 

Winterowd, W. Ross. The English Department: A Personal and Institutional History. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 1998. 

 

Woodring, Carl.  Literature: An Embattled Profession.   New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. 

 

Yancey, Kathleen Blake. Teaching Literature as Reflective Practice. Urbana, Ill.: National Council of Teachers of English, 2004.

 

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History of the Book

 

Bell, Bill. "Crusoe's Books: The Scottish Emigrant Reader in the Nineteenth Century." In: Across Boundaries: The Book in Culture and Commerce. Eds. Bill

Bell, Philip Bennett, and Jonquil Bevan. New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 116-129.

 

Black, Fiona A. "Beyond Boundaries: Books in the Canadian Northwest." In: Across Boundaries: The Book in Culture and Commerce. Eds. Bill Bell, PhilipBennett, and Jonquil Bevan. New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 91-115.

 

Book History Online   http://www.kb.nl/bho

 

The Book History Reader.  Eds.  David Finkelstein and Alistair McCleery. 2nd ed.  London ; New York: Routledge, 2006.

 

The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain.  Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998-    In process; published so far: v. 2. 1100-1400.  Eds.  Nigel Morgan and Rodney M.  Thomson  v. 3. 1400-1557.  Eds. Lotte Hellinga and J.B. Trapp.  v. 4. 1557-1695.  Eds. John Barnard and D.F. McKenzie, with the assistance of Maureen Bell.        

 

Dugas, Don-John. "The London Book Trade in 1709" (Part One). The Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America vol. 95, no. 1 (March 2001): 31-58.

 

Dugas, Don-John. "The London Book Trade in 1709" (Part Two). The Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America vol. 95, no. 2 (June 2001): 157-172.

 

Echard, Siân. Printing the Middle Ages. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008.

 

The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland. (Vols. 1-4). Eds. Bill Bell, Stephen Brown, David Finkelstein, and Alistair McCleery. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007.

 

Fraser, Robert. Book History Through Postcolonial Eyes: Rewriting the Script.New York, NY : Routledge, 2008.

 

------ and Mary Hammond. Books without Borders.New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

 

Gross Robert, A. "Texts for the Times: An Introduction to Book History." In Perspectives on American Book History: Artifacts and Commentary. Eds. Scott E. (ed and preface) Casper, Joanne D. (ed and preface) Chaison, and Jeffrey (ed and preface) Groves. Amherst, MA: U of Massachusetts P, with American Antiquarian Society and Center for the Book, Library of Congress, viii, 2002. 1-16.

 

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Price-Wilkin, John. "The Feasibility of Wide-Area Textual Analysis Systems in Libraries: A Practical Analysis." Literary Texts in An Electronic Age: Scholarly Implications and Library Services. Urbana-Champaign: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994: 113- 135.

 

Raben, Joseph. "Haste, Scope, and Certainty: the Role of Computers in Humanities Research." Drexel Library Quarterly 5 (1969): 209-21.

 

Rahn, B. J. "Humanities Faculty Members Discover New Skills in Computing Workshops." T.H.E. Journal 14.6 (1987): 59-62.

 

Ream, Dan. "The University of Virginia's Electronic Text Center: an Interview with David Seaman." Virginia Librarian 39 (Apr./May/June 1993): 6-11.

 

Renear, A. “The Digital Library Research Agenda: What's Missing and How Humanities Textbase Projects Can Help.” D-Lib Magazine (July-Aug. 1997). (http://www.dlib.org/dlib/july97/07contents.html)

 

Research in Humanities Computing 2: Selected Papers from the ALLC/ACH Conference, Siegen, June 1990. Ed Susan Hockey and Nancy Ide. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.

 

Reynolds, Judy. "The MLA International Bibliography and Library Instruction in Literature and the Humanities." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 213-247.

 

Rimmer, Jon et al.  "An Examination of the Physical and Digital Qualities of Humanities Research."  Information Processing & Management 44 (2008):

1374-92.

 

Rosenzweig, Roy. "Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era." In Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States. Eds. Thomas Augst and Kenneth Carpenter. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007: 310-42.

 

Schreibman, Susan, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth. A Companion to Digital Humanities. Oxford: Blackwell, 2008. 

 

Seaman, David. "The Electronic Text Center: a Humanities Computing Initiative at the University of Virginia." The Electronic Library 11 (1993): 195-9.

 

------. "The Electronic Text Center & On-Line Archive of Electronic Texts." Elektronisches Publizieren und Bibliotheken. Frankfurt am Main: Germany, 1996: 55-57.

 

------."Gate-Keeping A Garden of Etext Delights: Electronic Texts and the Humanities at the University of Virginia Library." In Proceedings of the Third Symposium held November 13-15, 1993 (Washington Vista Hotel, Washington, DC). Eds. Ann Okerson & Dru Mogge. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 1994.

 

------. "A Library and Apparatus of Every Kind": the Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia. Information Technology and Libraries 13 (Mar. '94): 15-19.

 

Seaman, Donna." Info briefs: Technology Scholarship, and the Humanities: the Implications of Electronic Information." American Libraries 24 (1993): 870.

 

Selfe, Cynthia. "Computers in English Departments: The Rhetoric of Technopower." ADE Bulletin 90 (Fall 1988): 63-67.

 

Sharma, Chandra Bhushan. "Standardising Hypermedia Format for Literary Studies." The Electronic Library 12 (1994): 353-359.

 

Shaw, Debora J. and C. H. Davis. "The Modern Language Association: Electronic and Paper Surveys of Computer-Based Tool Use." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 47.12 (1996): 932-40.

 

Shipe, Timothy. "Issues in Cataloging Electronic Texts." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 280-288.

 

Slevin, James F. "Academic Literacy and the Discipline of English." ADE Bulletin 140 (2006): 11-6. 

 

Sloane, Sarah.  Digital Fictions: Storytelling in a Material World.  Stamford, Conn.: Ablex Pub., 2000. 

 

Smith, Geoffrey D. "Literary Databases: Some Thoughts on Standards." Literary Research: A Journal of Scholarly Method and Technique 13.1 (1988): 5-12.

 

Smith, Mackenzie. "Hypertexts: Critical Theories and Current Realities." Computers and the Humanities 28 (1995): 311-17.

 

Smitten, Jeffrey.  “The English Department Online.”  ADE Bulletin 137 (Spring 2005): 70-76.

 

Smock, Raymond. "What Promise Does the Internet Hold for Scholars?" The Chronicle of Higher Education 42 (Sept. 22, 1995): B1-B2.

 

Sperberg-McQueen, C.M. "The Text Encoding Initiative : Electronic Text Markup for Research." Literary Texts in An Electronic Age: Scholarly Implications and Library Services. Urbana-Champaign: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994: 35-55.

 

Stoller, Michael E. "Electronic Journals in the Humanities: A Survey and Critique." Library Trends 40 (1992): 647-66.

 

Strickland, Stephanie. "Electronic Publishing, Poetry and Culture(d) Wars." Small Press 12 (1994): 112-13.

 

Sutton, Brett. "Literary Texts in Electronic Formats: New Approaches to Reading and Publishing." Educational Technology 34 (September 1994): 26-31.

 

Sweetland, James H. "Humanists, Libraries, Electronic Publishing, and the Future." Library Trends 40 (1992): 781-803.

 

Thurber, B. “The Internet and the Humanities.” In: Proceedings of The National Educational Computing Conference, Seattle, Washington, June 1997. International Society for Technology in Education, 1997: 471-76.

 

Thurber, B. and J. Pope. “The Internet and the Humanities.” POTLATCH NECC 97 National Educational Computing Conference Proceedings. Eugene, OR: Int. Soc. Technol. Educ, 1997: 471-76.

 

Thurber, B.D. and J. Pope. "The Internet, Networking and the Humanities." Proceedings of JENC8. 8th Joint European Networking Conference (JENC8). Diversity and Integration: The New European Networking Landscape. Eds. H. Lubich and P. Rendek. Amsterdam: Terena, 1997: 358, 423/1-6.

 

Tibbo, Helen R."Information Systems, Services, and Technology for the Humanities." Annual Review of Information Science and Technology 26 (1991): 287- 346.

 

Turnbull, Paul. "Conversational Scholarship in Cyberspace: The Evolution and Activities of H-Net, the Online Network for the Humanities." Australian Universities' Review 39.1 (1996): 12-15.

 

Waetjen, Walter B. "Technology and The Humanities." Yearbook (Council on Technology Teacher Education) (1995): 153-77.

 

Warner, Beth Forrest and David Barber. "Building the Digital Library: the University of Michigan's UMLib Text Project." Information Technology and Libraries 13 (March 1994): 20-24.

 

 Weaving a Virtual Web: Practical Approaches to New Information Technologies. Gruber, Sibylle, ed.  Urbana, Ill.: National Council of Teachers of English, 2000.

 

Weibel, Stuart. "The World Wide Web and Emerging Internet Resource Discovery Standards for Scholarly Literature." Library Trends 43 (1995): 627-44.

 

Welsch, Erwin K. "Hypertext, Hypermedia, and the Humanities." Library Trends 40 (1992): 614-46.

 

Willett, Perry. "Management of Electronic Text Collections." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 269-279.

 

------. "The Victorian Women Writers Project: The Library as a Creator and Publisher of Electronic Texts." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 7.6 (1996). (http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v7/n6/will7n6.html)

 

Wilson, David L. "Humanist Wins Praise for Book on the Role of New Technologies," The Chronicle of Higher Education 41 (October 5, 1994): A22.

 

Wolff, Mark. "Poststructuralism and The ARTFL Database: Some Theoretical Considerations." Information Technology and Libraries 13 (March 1994): 35-42.

 

Wortham, Thomas. "After the Fall: Teaching 'English' on the Internet at UCLA." ADE Bulletin 121 (1998): 47-51.

 

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Composition Studies (including Technical Writing, Rhetoric Studies, Professional Communication)

 

Alexander, Jonathan. Literacy, Sexuality, Pedagogy: Theory and Practice for Composition Studies. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 2008.

 

Amernic, Joel H. " 'Close Readings' of Internet Corporate Financial Reporting: Towards a More Critical Pedagogy on the Information Highway."

The Internet and Higher Education vol. 1.2 (1998): 87-112.

 

Babin, Edith H. and Kimberly Harrison. Contemporary Composition Studies: A Guide to Theorists and Terms. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1999.


    

      Boehm, Beth A. "Fear and Loathing in English 101: What Happens when English Faculty Members Reenter the First-Year Composition Classroom?"

    

      

    

      

    

      <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">ADE Bulletin</span> 128 (2001): 48-52.

    

      

 

Bloom, Lynn Z.  Composition Studies as a Creative Art: Teaching, Writing, Scholarship, Administration.  Logan: Utah State University Press, 1998.

 

Bloom, Lynn Z. et al, eds. Composition Studies in the New Millennium: Rereading the Past, Rewriting the Future.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2003.

 

 

Brereton, John C., ed.  The Origin of Composition Studies in the American College, 1875-1925: A Documentary History.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1995.   

 

Carrick, Tracy Hamler and Rebecca Moore Howard, eds.  Authorship in Composition Studies.  Australia, Boston: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006. 

 

The CCCC Bibliography of Composition and Rhetoric 1984-1999. Ed. Todd Taylor.  http://www.ibiblio.org/cccc/

 

A Citation Check of the Library Systems of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Ohio State University Using Two Rhetoric and

Composition Journals, College Composition and Research in the Teaching of English. Paula Robinson. MSLS Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1998.

 

Composition Studies: A Forum for Doctoral Education. Fort Worth, TX: Texas Christian University, 1995. [special issue of Composition Studies/Freshman English News 23 no. 2]

 

Computers and The Teaching of Writing in American Higher Education, 1979-1994: A History. Norwood, N.J.:Ablex Pub., 1996.

 

Cooke, Rachel and Carol Bledsoe.  "Writing Centers and Libraries: One-Stop Shopping for Better Term Papers."  Reference Librarian 49.2 (2008):

119-27.

 

Dunn, Patricia A.  Learning Re-Abled: The Learning Disability Controversy and  Composition Studies.  Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1995.

 

DeJoy, Nancy C.  Process This: Undergraduate Writing in Composition Studies.  Logan: Utah State University Press, 2004.
 
 
Ede, Lisa S.  Situating Composition: Composition Studies and the Politics of Location.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2004.
Fontaine, Sheryl I. and Susan M. Hunter, eds. <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Collaborative Writing in Composition Studies</span>.  Boston: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006.  

Fontaine, Sheryl I. and Susan Hunter, eds.  Writing Ourselves into the Story: Unheard Voices from Composition Studies.  Carbondale:

Southern Illinoise University Press, 1993.

 

Gebhardt, Richard C. and Barbara Genelle Smith Gebhardt, eds.   Academic Advancement in Composition Studies: Scholarship, Publication, Promotion, Tenure.  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, 1997. 

 

Gere, Anne Ruggles, ed.  Into the Field: Sites of Composition Studies.  New York, NY: Modern Language Association of America, 1993. 

 

Goggin, Peter N.  Professing Literacy in Composition Studies.  Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2008. 

 

Goleman, Judith.  Working Theory: Critical Composition Studies for Students and Teachers. Westport, Conn.: Bergin & Garvey, 1995.

 

Greenbaum, Andrea, ed.  Insurrections: Approaches to Resistance in Composition Studies.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001.

 

Halasek, Kay.  A Pedagogy of Possibility: Bakhtinian Perspectives on Composition Studies.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1999.

 

Hardin, Joe Marshall.   Opening Spaces: Critical Pedagogy and Resistance Theory in Composition.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001.

 

Hum, Sue Yin. "Mapping Disciplinary Territory Through Professional Journals: Composition and Rhetoric Scholarship in the 1970's." Dissertation,. Texas Christian University, 1994.

 

Jacobs, Dale and Laura R. Micciche, eds.  A Way to Move: Rhetorics of Emotion & Composition Studies.  Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2003.

 

Jarratt, Susan C. and Lynn Worsham, eds.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words</span>.  New York, NY: Modern Language Association of America, 1998.  
Lynne, Patricia.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Coming to Terms: Theorizing Writing Assessment in Composition Studies</span>.  Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 2004.  

    

      

    

      

    

      

    

      Kennedy, Mary Lynch, ed.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Theorizing Composition: A Critical Sourcebook of Theory and Scholarship in Contemporary Composition Studies</span>.

    

      

    

      

    

      Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.

    

      

    

      

    

      

    

      

    

      

    

      Mitchell, Candace.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Writing and Power: A Critical Introduction to Composition Studies</span>.  Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2004.  

    

      

    

      

    

      

    

      

    

      

    

      <span style="font-size: 85%;" _mce_style="font-size: 85%;">O'Neill, Peggy, Angela Crow and Larry W. Burton, eds.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies</span>.</span>

    

      

    

      

    

      <span style="font-size: 85%;" _mce_style="font-size: 85%;">Logan: Utah State University Press, 2002.</span>

    

      

Palmquist, Mike.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Transitions: Teaching Writing in Computer-Supported and Traditional Classrooms</span>.  Greenwich, CT: Ablex, 1998.
Porter, James E.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Rhetorical Ethics and Internetworked Writing</span>.  Greenwich, CT: Ablex, 1998.  
<span style="font-family: Arial;" _mce_style="font-family: Arial;">Rice, Jeff.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">The Rhetoric of Cool: Composition Studies and New Media</span>.  </span><span style="font-family: Arial;" _mce_style="font-family: Arial;">Carbondale</span><span style="font-family: Arial;" _mce_style="font-family: Arial;">: Southern </span><span style="font-family: Arial;" _mce_style="font-family: Arial;">Illinois</span><span style="font-family: Arial;" _mce_style="font-family: Arial;"> </span><span style="font-family: Arial;" _mce_style="font-family: Arial;">University</span><span style="font-family: Arial;" _mce_style="font-family: Arial;"> Press, 2007.</span>
Sanchez, Raul.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">The Function of Theory in Composition Studies</span>.  Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 2005.
 
Schell, Eileen E. and Patricia Lambert Stock, eds.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Moving a Mountain: Transforming the Role of Contingent Faculty in Composition </span>
<span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Studies and Higher Education</span>.  Urbana, Ill.: National Council of Teachers of English, 2001.
 
Scott, Tony.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Dangerous Writing: Understanding the Political Economy of Composition</span>.  Logan: Utah State UP, 2009. 

Slevin, James F.  “Academic Literacy and the Discipline of English.”  ADE Bulletin 140 (2006): 11-16; repr. in  Profession (2007): 200–209.

 

Smit, David William.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">The End of Composition Studies</span>.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2004.
 
Sullivan, Patricia and James E. Porter, eds.  <span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">Opening Spaces: Writing Technologies and Critical Research Practices</span>.  Greenwich, CT: Ablex, 1997.
 
Terkla, Dan and Steve McKinzie. “The Revolution Is Being Televised: Pedagogy and Information Retrieval in the Liberal Arts College.” 
<span style="text-decoration: underline;" _mce_style="text-decoration: underline;">College &amp; Undergraduate Libraries</span> 4.2 (1997): 9-20.

Vipond, Douglas.  Writing and Psychology: Understanding Writing and Its Teaching from the Perspective of Composition Studies

Westport, CT: Praeger, 1993.  

 

Weisser, Christian R.  Moving Beyond Academic Discourse: Composition Studies and the Public Sphere.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2002.

 

Welch, Nancy et al, eds.  The Dissertation & the Discipline: Reinventing Composition Studies.  Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, Heinemann, 2002.

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                                                                             Reference, Research, and Instruction
Literary Research Tools

 

Alexander, Harriet. "Searching the MLA International Bibliography: All, Nothing, or Something in Between?" Reference & User Services Quarterly 40.3 (Spring 2001): 228-233.

 

Amato, Kimberly and Karen Moranski. "Oxford English Dictionary: CD-ROM and Second Edition." Reference Services Review 18 no. 1 (1990): 79-82+.

 

Anderson, Byron. “The World Wide Web and the Humanities: Superhighway to What? Research, Quality and ‘Literature’.” Humanities Collections vol. 1, no. 1 (1998): 25-40.

 

Anderson, Kristine J. "The Terms of Literary Theory: Locating Definitions." RQ 33 (Fall '93): 22-8. (sources for definitions of theoretical terms)

 

The Art of Literary Biography. Ed. John Batchelor. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995.

 

Benaud, Claire-Lise and Sever Bordieanu. "Electronic Resources in the Humanities." RSR: Reference Services Review 23.2 (1995): 41-50.

 

Benseler, David P. "MLA Directory of Periodicals: A Guide to Journals and Series in Languages and Literatures Periodicals Published in the United States of America." Modern Language Journal 78 (1994): 240-241. [book review]

 

Bottino, James R. and William Baker. "World Wide Web Resources for English Studies." Library Review 46.1 (1997): 45-51.

 

Bracken, James K.  Reference Works in British and American Literature.  2d ed.  Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1998.

 

Clayton, Thomas. "Literary Handbooks: A Critical Survey." Literary Research Newsletter 5.2 (1980): 67-87.

 

Cogan, Sarah. "The Internet for Scholars in the Humanities." Michigan Academician 25 (1993): 179-89.

 

Collins, Boyd R. "Literary Resources on the Net." Library Journal 121.6 (Apr. 1, 1996): 28.

 

Courtney, Angela.  Literary Research and the Era of American Nationalism and Romanticism: Strategy and Sources.  Lanham: Scarecrow, 2008.

 

Creech, John. "Internet Reviews: On-Line Literary Resources." College & Research Libraries News 57 (1996): 307.

 

Evans, Glyn T. "The OCLC Database: A Useful Tool for Literary Research." Literary Research: A Journal of Scholarly Method and Technique 9.2-3 (1984): 1-17.

 

Evans, J. G. "The Use of Computers in Authorship Studies." Computer Education 81 (Nov. 1995): 18-21.

 

Fritz, Ronald H. "The Oxford English Dictionary: A Brief History." Reference Services Review 17.3 (1989): 61-70.

 

Glazier, Loss Pequeno. "Internet Resources for English and American Literature." College & Research Libraries News 55 (1994): 417-22.


Graves, Stephanie. "A Comparative Review of Literature Online and Literature Resource Center." Charleston Advisor 7.1 (July 2005): 10-19. Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts. EBSCO. University of California, Berkeley, CA. 5 Mar. 2009 <http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=lxh&AN=17734957&site=ehost-live>.

 

Gray, Richard A. "The New Oxford English Dictionary and the Uses of Machine-Readable Dictionaries." Reference Services Review 16.4 (1988): 92-95.

 

Harner, James L. Literary Research Guide: An Annotated Listing of Reference Sources in English Literary Studies. 5th Ed. Modern Language Association of America, 2008.

 

Hinrichs, Linda Keir. "Where in the Dickens Is Gad's Hill? Or, A Comparative Review of Literary Guides to Britain." RSR 10 (Fall 1982): 55-59.

 

The James Joyce Checklist: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials. <http://research.hrc.utexas.edu/jamesjoycechecklist/>

 

Johnson, Lisa. "The Life of the Mind: American Academia Reflected through Contemporary Fiction." RSR: Reference Services Librarian 24.3 (1996): 23-44.

 

Keeran, Peggy.  Literary Resources and the British Romantic Era: Strategies and Sources.  Lanham: Scarecrow: 2005. 

 

Keith, Cassandra M. "A Brief History of the Literature of English Canada," RQ 34 (1995): 447-452.

 

Kelly, James L. "Literary Landmarks in the United States: An Analysis, Map, and Bibliography." Bulletin of the Special Libraries Association. Geography and Map Division 178 (December 1994): 30-36.

 

Kennedy, X J, Dana Gioia, Mark Bauerlein. Handbook of Literary Terms: Literature, Language, Theory. Harlow: Longman, 2008.

 

King, Jack B. "History Research Into the 21st Century." The Reference Librarian 47 (1994): 89-108.

 

Kovacs, Diane K. "Internet Resources and Humanities Reference Service." In Emerging Communities: Integrating Networked Information into Library Services. Urbana-Champaign: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994: 253-63.

 

Lehmann, Stephen. "Humanists at the Keyboard: the RLIN Database as a Scholarly Resource." Computers and the Humanities 26 (1992): 175-80.

 

The Literary Biography: Problems and Solutions. Houndmills, England: Macmillan, 1996.

 

Literature and the Internet: A Guide for Students, Teachers, and Scholars. Stephanie Browner, et al. New York: Garland, 2000.

 

Lunsford, K. "Electronic Texts and the Internet: A Review of the English Server." Computers and the Humanities 29 (1995): 297-305.

 

Mackesy, Eileen M. "Humanities Databases: An Overview." Literary Research: A Journal of Scholarly Method and Technique 8.3-4 (1983): 103-106.

 

------. "Humanities Databases: Survival through Parternships." Literary Research: A Journal of Scholarly Method and Technique 13.1 (1988): 13-19.

 

------. "A Perspective on Secondary Access Services in the Humanities." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 33.3 (1982): 146-51.

 

Matthews, J. Greg.  Literary Research and Irish Literature: Strategies and Sources.  Lanham: Scarecrow, 2009. 

 

Matuozzi, Robert N. and Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay.  Literary Research and the American Modernist Era: Strategies and Sources.  Lanham: Scarecrow: 2008.

 

O'Donnell, Mary Ann. "Locating Subject Collections, Rare Books, and Manuscripts." Literary Research Newsletter 2 (1977): 167-79.

 

Oshika, Beatrice T. and Sylvia C. Krausse. "Electronic Databases for Linguistic and Language Research." Library Trends 40 (1992): 724-32.

 

Palmer, Pamela R. "Journals Focused on A Single Author: Their Importance in Locating Literary Criticism." Reference Services Review 17.2 (1989): 63-66.

 

Pastine, Maureen and Laura Osegueda. "Computer Databases in Academic Libraries: Implications for Language and Literature Research." Literary Research: A Journal of Scholarly Method and Technique 8.3-4 (1983): 107-117.

 

Perry, L. Stephen. "American and International Studies: Internet Resources." College & Research Libraries News 57 (1996): 570-75.

 

------. "Electronic Media: Gale's Literary Index CD-ROM." Choice 31 (1994): 1709.

 

Raben, Joseph. "Databases for the Humanities." Scholarly Publishing 18 (1986): 23-28.

 

------ and Sarah K. Burton. "Information Systems and Services in the Arts and Humanities." Annual Review of Information Science and Technology 16 (1981): 247-66.

 

Rabinovitz, Rubin. "Poetry Software : Poem Finder 94." PC Magazine 13 (Sep 27, 1994): 424.

 

Rettig, James. "Beyond the MLA International Bibliography: Bibliographic Guides for English and American Literature and Dictionaries of Literary Terms in Print." RSR 7 (April-June 1979): 47-55.

 

"RLG's American Lit Project Funded by NEH" Wilson Library Bulletin 67 (May '93): 20.

 

Reynolds, Judy. "The MLA International Bibliography and Library Instruction in Literature and the Humanities." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 213-247.

 

Schofer, Yvonne and Barbara Richards. "Little Magazine Interview Index (1992-1993)." Serials Review 19.4 (1993)" 27-42+.

 

Seel, June. "Gale's Literary Index CD-ROM." CD-ROM Professional 7 (1994): 177-178.

 

Spivack, Charlotte. "Researching Science Fiction and Fantasy." Literary Research: A Journal of Scholarly Method and Technique 8.1 (1983): 3-12.

 

Stanford Electronic Humanities Review. Stanford, CA: Stanford Humanities Review, 1994-2000.  http://www.stanford.edu/group/SHR/

 

Stebelman, Scott. "English and American Literature Internet Resources: A Selective List."  Journal of Library Administration 30 (2000): 209-29.

 

Stein, Linda L.  Literary Research and the American Realism and Naturalism Period: Strategies and Sources.  Lanham: Scarecrow, 2009.  

 

Stigleman, Sue. "Bibliography Formatting Software: An Updated Buying Guide For 1994." Database 17 (December 1994): 53-65.

 

Terbille, Charles I. "Cheaper Than college?! CD-ROM Sources in the Humanities: a Crash Course." CD-ROM World 8 (June '93): 55-61.

 

Trimmer, Joseph F. A Guide to MLA Documentation: with An appendix on APA Style. 3rd ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1994.

 

Wortman, William A. Guide to Serial Bibliographies for Modern Literatures. 2nd ed. NY: Modern Language Association of America, 1995.

 

Ziegler, Rebecca.  "Reference Sources to Support the Burgeoning Field of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Literatures in English."

Georgia Library Quarterly 35.8 (1998): 4-20.

 

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Reference

 

Day, Pam. “Internet Reference Resources in Language and Literature.” Reference Librarian 57 (1997): 153-59.

 

Hernandez, M.N. and Tallman K. Dalziel. “Using the World Wide Web for Art and Humanities Reference Services.” Internet Reference Services Quarterly 3.4 (1998): 21-33.

 

Kieft, Robert. “Reference Works for Literary and Cultural Theory,” RSR: Reference Services Review vol. 25.3/4 (1997): 131-146.

 

Lester, Linda and Karen Kates Marshall. "Traditional Library Services and the Research Process: Are Social Sciences and Humanities Faculty Getting What They Need?" In Finding Common Ground: Creating the Library of the Future without Diminishing the Library of the Past. Ed: Cheryl LaGuardia and Barbara A. Mitchell. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1998: 211-218.

 

Pack, Thomas.  "Find It on Bartleby.com."  Information Today 20.9 (2003): 37. 39-40.

 

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Research and Information-Seeking Behaviors of Humanities Scholars

 

Atkinson, Ross. "Humanities Scholarship and the Research Library." Library Resources & Technical Services 39 (1995): 79-84.

 

Baron, N. S. "Humanists among the CRT's: The Problem of Method in the Humanities." Liberal Education 71 (1985): 251-63.

 

Bartle, D. G.  "A Model of Information Seeking Behaviour and the Research Process of English and History Scholars within the Humanities."

Diss.  University of Sheffield, 2002. 

 

Bates, Marcia J. et al. "An Analysis of Search Terminology Used by Humanities Scholars: the Getty Online Searching Project Report Number 1." The Library Quarterly 63 (1993): 1-39.

 

------. "The Design of Databases and Other Information Resources for Humanities Scholars: The Getty Online Searching Project Report No. 4," Online & CD-ROM Review 18 no. 6 (December 1, 1994): 331-334.

 

------. "Research Practices of Humanities Scholars in An Online Environment: The Getty Online Searching Project Report No. 3," Library & Information Science Research 17 (Winter 1995): 5-40.

 

Batts, M. S. "Citations in the Humanities: A Study of Citation Patterns in Literary Criticism." IPLO Quarterly 14 (1972): 20-40.

 

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Teaching Bibliography, Textual Criticism and Book History. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2006.

 

Thompson, Gordon W. "Sequenced Research Assignments for the Undergraduate Literature Student" . In Bibliographic Instruction in Practice. Ann Arbor: Pierian Press, 1993: 41-50. (at Earlham College)

 

Walter, Scott. "Engelond: A Model for Faculty-Librarian Collaboration in the Information Age." Information Technology and Libraries 19 (2000): 34-41.

 

Wortman, William A. and David D. Mann. "The Introduction to Research and Bibliography Course." Literary Research Newsletter 10 (Winter-Spring 1985): 5-16.

 

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Conteh-Morgan, Miriam. "Reading African Women's Writing: The Role of Librarians in Expanding the Canon." The Reference Librarian 87/88 (2004): 163-78.

 

Fabian, Bernhard and John J. Boll.  In Close Association: Research, Humanities, and the Library.  Occasional Papers 208. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Graduate School of Library and Information Science. May 1998. Note: This is an adaptation of Bernhard Fabian's Buch, Bibliothek, und Geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung (The Book, the Library, and Research in the Humanities), translated by Boll. According to Boll's prefatory note (p. 1): "With Professor Fabian's approval, this work changes the original focus, omitting about half of the original while updating and adapting the rest so as to address American conditions and needs." 

 

"Research Competency Guidelines for Literatures in English: Outcomes for Undergraduate English or American Literature Majors." 
College & Research Libraries News 68 (2007): 526-9.

 

Sauer, D. K.  "English Faculty and the Postmodern Library; or, Is There Any There?"  College & Undergraduate Libraries 1.2 (1994): 127-37.

 

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                                                                            Technical Services
Cataloging and Indexing

 

Baker, Sharon L. and G. W. Shepherd. "Fiction Classification Schemes." RQ 27 (1987): 245-51.

 

Beghtol, Clare. "Access to Fiction: A Problem in Classification Theory and Practice: Part 1." International Classification 16 (1989): 134-141.

 

------."Access to Fiction: A Problem in Classification Theory and Practice: Part 2." International Classification 17 (1990): 21-27.

 

------.The Classification of Fiction: The Development of a System Based on Theoretical Principles. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1994.

 

------. "Domain Analysis, Literary Warrant, and Consensus: The Case of Fiction Studies." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 46 (1995): 30-44. 

 

Beugnot, P. B. "La notion de document et la recherche litteraire." Argus 10 (1981): 19-20.

 

Bland, J. "Automatic Indexing in the Humanities: Full-Text Versus Titles and Abstracts." Thesis (MSLS), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1995.

 

CETH Workshop on Documenting Electronic Texts: May 16-18, 1994, Radisson Hotel, Somerset NJ. New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities, 1994.

 

Carlyle, Allyson and Joel Summerlin.  "Transforming Catalog Displays: Record Clustering for Works of Fiction."  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 33.3/4 (2002): 13-25.


Corns, I. "A Study into Fiction Categorization." M.A. Thesis, Loughborough University (UK), 1995.

 

Gaynor, Edward. "Cataloging Electronic Texts: The University of Virginia Library Experience." Library Resources & Technical Services 38 (1994): 403-13.

 

Gibson, William A. "On Devising Classification and Indexing Systems for Literary Bibliographies." Literary Research Newsletter 3 (1978): 99-130.

 

Giordano, Richard. "The Documentation of Electronic Texts Using Text Encoding Initiative Headers: An Introduction." Library Resources & Technical Services 38 (1994): 389-401.

 

Guenther, Rebecca S. "The Challenges of Electronic Texts in The Library: Bibliographic Control and Access." In Literary Texts in An Electronic Age: Scholarly Implications and Library Services. Urbana-Champaign: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994: 149-172.

 

Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange. Eds. C. M. Sperberg-McQueen and Lou Burnard. Oxford: The Text Encoding Initiative, 1994.

 

Hayes, Susan Mary. "Enhanced Catalog Access to Fiction: A Preliminary Study." Library Resources & Technical Services 36 (1992): 441-458.

 

------. "Towards Enhanced Catalog Access to Fiction: The Multi-Dimensional Subject Analysis of Imaginative Literature Represented in A Library Catalog." DAI 57 (1996): 1894A.

 

Hockey, Susan. "Developing Access to Electronic Texts in the Humanities." Computers in Libraries 13 (1993): 41-3.

 

Hoogcarspel, Annelies. "Guidelines for Cataloging Monographic Electronic Texts at the Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities." CETH Technical Report, no. 1. New Brunswick, NJ: CETH, 1994.

 

------. "The Rutgers Inventory of Machine-readable Texts in the Humanities: Cataloging and Access." Information Technology and Libraries 13 (1994): 27-34.

 

Intner, S. S. "The Fiction of Access to Fiction." Technicalities 7 (July 1987): 12-14.

 

Langridge, D. W. Classification and Indexing in the Humanities. London: Butterworths, 1976.

 

Miller, Christopher.  "All New Subject Access to Fiction: How a Cultural Zeitgeist with Gray Hair Informed ALA's Guidelines. . . ."  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 36 (2003): 89-98.

 

Mohr, Deborah A. "Subject Access to Individual Works of Literature and Folklore: an Update." Colorado Libraries 19 (1993): 52-3.

 

Morehead, D. R. et al. "The Value of Information and Computer-Aided Information Seeking: Problem Formulation and Application to Fiction Retrieval." Information Processing and Management 20 (1984): 583-601.

 

Nielsen, H. J. “The Nature of Fiction and its Significance for Classification and Indexing.” Information Services & Use vol. 17, no.2/3 (1997): 171-81.

 

Pejtersen, Annelise Mark. "Design of A Classification Scheme for Fiction Based on An Analysis of Actual User-Librarian Communication, and Use of the

Scheme for Control of Librarians' Search Strategies." In Theory and Application of Information Retrieval. Eds. O. Harbo and L. Kaijberg. London: Mansell, 1980: 167-183.

 

------ and Jutta Austin. "Fiction Retrieval: Experimental Design and Evaluation of A Search System Based on Users' Value Criteria (Part 2)." Journal of Documentation 40.1 (1984): 25-35.

 

Pejtersen, Annelise Mark. "The Meaning of 'About" in Fiction Indexing and Retrieval." Aslib Proceedings 31 (1979): 251-257.

 

------. "A Framework for Indexing and Representation of Information Based on Work's Domain Analysis: A Fiction Classification Example." In Proceedings of the 3rd International Society for Knowledge Organization Conference. Eds. H. Albrechtsen and S. Oernager. Frankfurt/Main: INDEKS Verlag, 1994: 251-263.

 

Quinn, J. and M. Rogers. "OCLC/LC Fiction Headings Project: Too Little, Too Late?" Library Journal 117 (Feb. 1, 1992): 14-15.

 

Ranta, A. J. "The New Literary Scholarship and A Basis for Increased Subject Catalogue Access to Imaginative Literature." Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 14 (1991): 3-26.

 

Riesthuis, G. J. A. “Fiction in Need of Transcending Traditional Classification.” Information Services & Use vol. 17.2/3 (1997): 133-38.

 

Ross, J. E. "Artists and Poets Online: Issues in Cataloging and Retrieval." Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 7 (Spring 1987): 91-104.

 

Sanderlin, J. "Automatic Indexing in the Humanities: An Exploratory Study." Thesis (MSLS), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1994.

 

Sher, Dena N. "Poetry in Indexes." The Indexer 19 (October 1994): 102-104.

 

Shipe, Timothy. "Issues in Cataloging Electronic Texts." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 280-288.

 

Stebelman, Scott. "Vocabulary Control and the Humanities: A Case Study of the MLA International Bibliography." The Reference Librarian 47 (1994): 61-78.

 

Tibbo, Helen R. Abstracting, Information Retrieval and the Humanities: Providing Access to Historical Literature. ACRL publications in librarianship. Chicago: American Lib. Assn., 1993.

 

------. "Abstracts, Online Searching, and the Humanities: An Analysis of the Structure and Content of Abstracts of Historical Discourse." Diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 1989.

 

------. "Indexing for The Humanities." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 45 (1994): 607-619.

 

------. "Online Searching in the Humanities: Implications for End-Users and Intermediaries." In Online Information 88. 12th International Online Information Meeting, London 6-8 December 1988. Oxford, England: Learned Information, 1988: 401-12.

 

Vernitski, Anat.  "Developing an Intertextuality-Oriented Fiction Classification."  Journal of Librarianship and Information Science

39 (2007): 41-52.

 

Voorbij, Henk J. “Title Keywords And Subject Descriptors: A Comparison of Subject Search Entries of Books in The Humanities And Social Sciences.” Journal of Documentation vol. 54, no. 4 (1998): 466-476.

 

Wiberley, Stephen E., Jr. "Names in Space and Time: The Indexing Vocabulary of the Humanities." Library Quarterly 58.1 (1988): 1-28.

 

------. "Subject Access in the Humanities and the Precision of the Humanist's Vocabulary." Library Quarterly 53 (1983): 420-33.

 

Wilson, Mary Dabney et al.  "The Relationship of Subject Headings for Works of Fiction and Circulation in an Academic Library."  Library Collections, Acquisitions & Technical Services 24 (2000): 459-65.

 

Yee, Martha M. and Raymond Soto. "User Problems with Access to Fictional Characters and Personal Names in Online Public Access Catalogs." Information Technology and Libraries 10.1 (1991): 3-13.

 

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Preservation

 

Biemiller, Lawrence. "Preserving Literary Treasures That Have Undergone Centuries of Neglect and Mistreatment." The Chronicle of Higher Education 40 (July 27 '94): A39.

 

------."Language Group Urges Book Preservation in Electronic Era." The Chronicle of Higher Education (Jan 12, 1996): A23. 

 

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                                                               Collections
Collection Development and Assessment

 

Alsop, Justine.  "Bridget Jones Meets Mr. Darcy: Challenges of Contemporary Fiction."  Journal of Academic Librarianship 33 (2007): 581-5.

 

Arlen, Shelley. "Electronic Texts and Selected Web Sites for English and American Literature." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 160-186.

 

Alsop, Justine. "Bridget Jones Meets Mr. Darcy: Challenges of Contemporary Fiction." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 33 (2007): 581-5.

 

Astroff, Roberta. "Collecting Full-Text CD-ROMs in Literature: Theory, Format, and Selection." Library Trends 48(2000): 769-782.

 

Baker, Sharon L. "Quality and Demand: The Basis for Fiction Collection Assessment." Collection Building 13 (1994): 65-68.

 

Benaud, Claire-Lisa and Sever Bordeianu. "Evaluating the Humanities Collections in an Academic Library Using the RLG Conspectus." The Acquisitions Librarian 7 (1992): 125-136.

 

Bingham, Anne. "Building a Collection of American Indian Children's Literature at the University of Washington Libraries." Technical Services Quarterly 22.1 (2004): 33-40.

 

Bogg, B. "English Language and Literature Periodicals." International Library Review 1 (1969): 379-401.

 

Bracken, James K. "Literature." In The Humanities and the Library. Eds. Nena Couch and Nancy Allen. 2nd ed. Chicago: American Library Association, 1993: 86-131.

 

Brockman, William S. "Series of Static, Semistatic And Peripatetic Intellectual Dialogues: Serials Devoted to James Joyce." Serials Review 19 (1993): 35-42+. (bibliographical essay).

 

Brownson, Charles. "Access to Little Magazines." RQ 22 (1983): 375-87.

 

------. "Contemporary Literature." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 102-126.

 

------."Mechanical Selection." Library Resources and Technical Services 32 (1988): 17-29.

 

Budd, John. "A Citation Study of American Literature: Implications for Collection Management." Collection Management 8 (Summer 1986): 49-62.

 

“Canon Formation, Library Collections, and the Dilemma of Collection Development.”  College & Research Libraries v. 54 (1993): 58-65.

 

Carpenter, Eric. "Collection Development for English and American Literature: An Overview." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 1-19.

 

------."Toward Interdisciplinarity in Literary Research: Some Implications for Collection Development." Collection Management 13.1/2 (1990): 75-85.

 

Case, Beau David. "Love's Labour's Lost: The Failure of Traditional Selection Practice in the Acquisition of Humanities Electronic Texts." Library Trends 48 (2000): 729-47.

 

Cassell, Kay A. "Small Literary Presses." (profiles of six presses) Collection Building 12 (1993): 79-80.

 

Centing, Richard R. "Evaluating Literary Journals." Collection Management 16.4 (1992): 71-76.

 

Connaway, Lynn Silipigni. "An Examination of the Inclusion of A Sample of Selected Women Authors in Books for College Libraries," College & Research Libraries 56 (1995): 71-84.

 

Crawford, Gregory A. and Matthew Harris.  "Best-Sellers in Academic Libraries." College & Research Libraries 62 (2001): 216-25.

 

Crowe, William J. et al. "American Fiction, 1901-1925: Collection Strengthening and Creation of A National Bibliographic Record. Final Technical Report." ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1985. ED260730.

 

Davis, Burns. "Designing a Fiction Assessment Tool: The Customer Service Approach." Collection Building 13 (1994): 69-82.

 

Deekle, Peter V. "Literature and Nonprint Media Resources." In English and American Literature; Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 144-155.

 

Devon, Thomas.  "A Place on the Shelf."  Library Journal 132.8 (2007): 40-43.

 

Dodge, Chris. "Pushing the Boundaries: Zines and Libraries." Wilson Library Bulletin 69.9 (1995): 26-30.

 

Doherty, John J. "The Arthurian Legend: A Core Collection." RSR: Reference Services Review 23.4 (1995): 63-71.

 

English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Ed. William McPheron. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987.

 

Fox, Willard. "Two Rooms: A History and Analysis of Little Magazine Collections at Buffalo, New York, and Madison, Wisconsin." Literary Research: A Journal of Scholarly Method and Technique 11.2-3 (1986): 141-58.

 

Franklin, Phyllis. "Scholars, Librarians, and the Future of Primary Records." College & Research Libraries 54 (1993): 397-406.

 

Futas, Elizabeth. "Collection Development of Genre Literature." Collection Building 12 (1993): 39-44.

 

Gaunt, Marianne."Machine-Readable Literary Texts: Collection Development Issues." Collection Management 13.1-2 (1990): 87-96.

 

Genre and Ethnic Collections: Collected Essays. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1996.

 

Golomb, Liorah.  “Graphic Novels by Women: a Selected Bibliography.”  EMIE Bulletin (published as addendum to Multicultural Review 17:4) (Winter 2008): 91-92.

 

Gunn, Arthur. C. “African American Humanities Literatures: A Brief History and Selected Bibliography.” The Acquisitions Librarian vol. 9.17/18 (1997): 111-124.

 

Harloe, Bart and John Budd. "Collection Development and Scholarly Communication in the Era of Electronic Access." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 20 (May 1994): 83-7.

 

Harrell, Jeanne. "Use of the OCLC/AMIGOS Collection Analysis CD to Determine Comparative Collection Strength in English and American Literature: A Case Study." Technical Services Quarterly 9.3 (1992): 1-14.

 

Harris, Wendell V. “Assessing the Publication Swamp in Literary Studies.” Journal of Information Ethics 6 (Spring 1997): 47-58.

 

Hauptman, Robert. "Serials." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 82-101.

 

Heinzkill, Richard."The Literary Canon and Collection Building." Collection Management 13.1/2 (1990): 51-64.

 

------."Retrospective Collection Development." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 56-81.

 

------."Retrospective Collection Development and Its Bibliographies." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 60-104.

 

------."Retrospective Collection Development in English Literature: An Overview." Collection Management 9 (Spring 1987): 55-65.

 

Helgerson, L. W. "CD-ROM and Scholarly Research in the Humanities." Computers in Libraries 22 (1988): 111-116.

 

Hockey, Susan. "Evaluating Electronic Texts in The Humanities." Library Trends 42 (1994): 676-693.

 

Jocab, Merle. "Weeding the Fiction Collection: Where to Begin?" Reference and User Services Quarterly 40 (2001): 234-239.

 

Kruger, Peter. "Online Facts--And Online Fiction." Electronic Library 14 (Feb. 1996): 72-73.

 

Lehmann, Stephen. "Current Selection: The Role of Serial Bibliographies and Review Media." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 40-55.

 

Likness, Craig and Kathryn A. Soupiset. "Acquisitions." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 20-39.

 

Lyga, Allyson A. W. and Barry Lyga. Graphic Novels in Your Media Center: A Definitive Guide. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 2004.

 

Manoff, Marlene. "Revolutionary or Regressive? The Politics of Electronic Collection Development." In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier. Eds. Robin P. Peek and Gregory B. Newby. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996: 215-229. 

 

McCombs, M. "Nancy Drew Here to Stay? The Challenges to be found in the Acquisition and Retention of Early Twentieth Century Children's Series Books in an Academic Library Setting." Acquisitions Librarian 4.8 (1992): 47-56.

 

Miller, J. Hillis. "What is the Future of the Print Record?" Profession (1995): 33-35.

 

Miller, R. Baxter. "Black Literary Journals: Issues of Trust." Black Issues in Higher Education 12 (May 18, 1995): 38-40.

 

Montag, Tom. "Stalking the Little Magazine." Serials Librarian 1 (1977): 281-303.

 

Murdoch, D. "The Riches of Empire: Postcolonialism in Literature and Criticism," Choice 32 (1995): 1059-71. (selected literature review targeted to librarians).

 

Natoli, Joseph. "Textual Studies and the Selection of Editions." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 127-144. 

 

Odess-Harnish, Kerri. "Making sense of leased popular literature collections." Collection Management 27.2 (2002): 55-74.

 

Owens, Irene. “Issues of Ownership, Access, and Document Delivery: Considerations for the Humanities.” The Acquisitions Librarian vol. 9.17/18 (1997): 45-62.

 

Palmer, J. W. "Factors Responsible for the Acquisition of Canadian Fiction by U.S. Public and Academic Libraries." Library Acquisitions: Theory and Practice 12 (1988): 341-356.

 

Parker, Jean McGruer. "Scholarly Book Reviews in Literature Journals as Collection Development Sources for Librarians." Collection Management 11. .1/2 (1989): 41-57.

 

Perrault, Anna H. "Humanities Collection Management--An Impressionistic/Realistic/Optimistic Appraisal of the State of the Art." Collection Management 5.3-4 (1983): 1-23.

 

Peters, Susan L. "Primary Source Material: Responsibilities and Realities." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 105-117.

 

Pierce, Sydney J. “Life Has Its Ups and Downs: Price Changes in Core Humanities Journals, 1977-1997.” The Acquisitions Librarian 9.17/18 (1997): 95-109.

 

Quinn, Brian. "Some Implications of the Canon Debate for Collection Development." Collection Building 14 (1994): 1-10.

 

Rothschild, D. Aviva. Graphic Novels: A Bibliographic Guide to Book Length Comics. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1995.

 

Ryan, Michael. "Special Collections." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 181-203. 

 

Sewell, Robert G. "Trash or Treasure? Pop Fiction in Academic and Research Libraries." College and Research Libraries 45 (1985): 450-461.

 

Shaffer,Christopher. "Native American Literature in Collection Development." Collection Building 26.4 ( 2007 ): 127-9.

 

Shaw, Debora J. "An Analysis of the Relationship between Book Reviews and Fiction Holdings in OCLC." Library and Information Science Research 134 (1991): 147-154.

 

Shreeves, Edward. "Between the Visionaries and the Luddites: Collection Development and Electronic Resources in the Humanities." Library Trends 40 (1992): 579-95.

 

Smith, Jeanette C. "Selecting Fantasy Literature." Collection Building 13.4 (1994): 19-23.

 

Smith, N. and H. R. Tibbo. "Libraries and the Creation of Electronic Texts for the Humanities." College & Research Libraries 57.6 (1996): 535-553.

 

Soar, Geoffrey and R. J. Ellis. "U.K. Little Magazines: An Introductory Survey." Serials Review 8.1 (1982): 15-28.

 

Stebelman, Scott. "Assessment of Literature Collections." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 187-212.

 

------. "Building Literary Reference Collections." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 156-180.

 

Steinberg, Susan and Marcia Pankake. "English and American Literature, with Notes on Some Commonwealth Literatures." In Selection of Library Materials in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences. Ed. Patricia A. McClung. Chicago: American Library Association, 1985: 51-77.

 

Stielow, Frederick J. and Helen Tibbo. "Collection Analysis and the Humanities: A Practicum with the RLG Conspectus." Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 27.3 (1987): 148-57.

 

Stoller, Michael E. "Electronic Journals in the Humanities: A Survey and Critique." Library Trends 40 (1992): 647-66.

 

Swank, Raynard. "The Organization of Library Materials for Research in English Literature." Library Quarterly 15 (1945): 49-74.

 

Sweetland, James H. "Humanists, Libraries, Electronic Publishing, and the Future." Library Trends 40 (1992): 781-803.

 

Sykes, P. “On-demand Publishing in the Humanities: Project.” Learned Publishing : Journal of the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers vol.10.4 (1997): 305-311 .

 

Tanselle, G. Thomas. "Bibliographers and the Library." Library Trends 25 (1977): 745-62.

 

------. "Significance of Primary Records." Profession (1995): 27-50.

 

Tofanelli, John L. "Critical Editions." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 118-159.

 

Van Fleet, Connie. "Popular Fiction Collections in Academic and Public Libraries." The Acquisitions Librarian  29 (2003): 63-86.

 

Warner, Beth Forrest and David Barber. "Building the Digital Library: the University of Michigan's UMLib Text Project." Information Technology and Libraries 13 (March 1994): 20-24.

 

Watson-Boone, Rebecca. “Humanities Collection Librarians Talk About Their Work” The Acquisitions Librarian vol. 10.19 (1998): 55-67.

 

Weiner, Stephen and Keith R.A. DeCandido.  The 101 Best Graphic Novels. New York: NBM, 2001.

 

Wells, Corri Elizabeth. "Toward a Poetics for Collecting Poetry by Women." Collection Building 12 (1993): 54-9. 

 

West, Michael. "Evaluating Periodicals in English Studies: Tell It in Gath if Ye Must, Young Men, but Publish It Not in Askelon. College English 41 (1980): 903-23.

 

Wiener, P. B. "Acquisition of First Novels in Academic Libraries." Collection Management 5 (Fall/Winter 1983): 25-36.

 

Willett, Perry. "Management of Electronic Text Collections." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 269-279.

 

Wortman, William A. "The Nature of Library Collections." In Literature in English: A Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Eds. Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000: 20-59.

 

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Special Collections

 

Case, Barbara and Ying Xu. "Access to Special Collections in the Humanities: Who's Guarding the Gates and Why?" The Reference Librarian 47 (1994): 129- 146.

 

Greenberg, Douglas. "Get Out of The Way If You Can't Lend a Hand: the Changing Nature of Scholarship and the Significance of Special Collections. Journal of Library Administration 19 (1993): 83-98.

 

Huskey, Melynda. "Toward a Listing of Literary Databases for Special Collections in U.S. College and University Libraries." Literary Research: A Journal of Scholarly Method and Technique 13.1 (1988): 39-44.

 

Jones, William Goodrich. "Leaner and Meaner: Special Collections, Librarians, and Humanists at the End of the Century." Rare Books & Manuscripts Librarianship 8 (1993): 80-91. (humanists' use of special collections; presented at the Preconference Institute on Mainstream or Margin)

 

Oram, Richard W. "The New Literary Scholarship, the Contextual Point of View, and the Use of Special Collections." Rare Books & Manuscripts Librarianship 8 (1993): 9-16.

 

Patrick, J. Max. "The Use of Special Collections in Graduate Seminars." Literary Research Newsletter 3 (1978): 3-14.

 

Ryan, Michael. "Special Collections." In English and American Literature: Sources and Strategies for Collection Development. Chicago: American Library Association, 1987: 181-203.

 

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Electronic Texts, Books, and Journals

 

Crane, Gregory et. al. "Building a Hypertextual Digital Library in the Humanities: A Case Study on London." ERIC Document Reproduction Service. 2001. ED459849.

 

Down, Nancy. “Literary Texts and the Internet.” In Finding Common Ground: Creating the Library of the Future Without Diminishing the Library of the Past. Ed: Cheryl LaGuardia and Barbara A. Mitchell. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc, 1998: 193-195.

 

Gaunt, Marianne. “CETH, Electronic Text Centers, and the Humanities Community.” Library Hi Tech 16.3 (1998): 36-42.

 

Hockey, Susan. “An Agenda for Electronic Text Technology in the Humanities." The Classical World 91.6 (1998): 521-542.

 

Humphreys Alex, Brymer. "The Past, Present, and Future of Immersive and Extractive E-Books." In Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication. Eds. Paul Messaris and Lee Humphreys. New York, NY: Peter Lang, xx, 2006. 159-170.

 

Sukovic, Suzana."Convergent Flows: Humanities Scholars and Their Interactions with Electronic Texts." Library Quarterly 78 (2008): 263-84.

 

Sykes, P. “On-demand Publishing in the Humanities: Project.” Learned Publishing: Journal of the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers vol. 10.4 (1997): 305-311.

 

Willett, Perry. “Building Support for a Humanities Electronic Text Center: The Experience at Indiana University.” Library Hi Tech 16.3 (1998): 51-56.

 

Williams, William P., and William Baker. " 'Caveat Lector.' English Books 1475-1700 and the Electronic Age," Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography vol. 12, no. 1, 2000. 1-29.

 

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General

 

Mowat, Ian R. M. "The Non-Formula Funding of Special Collections in the Humanities Initiative." Library Review vol. 47, no. 5/6 (1998): 301-305.

 

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Miscellaneous

 

Cullen, C. T. "Libraries and the Humanities: The Case for Scholarly Activism." In Libraries and the Search for Academic Excellence. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1988.

 

Fabian, B. "Libraries and Humanistic Scholarship." Journal of Librarianship 18 (1986): 79-92.

 

Gordan, Lucy L. "Life in the Berg Collection: A New York Story." Wilson Library Bulletin 68 (April 1994): 26-31.

 

Greetham, D. C. Textual Transgressions: Essays Toward the Construction of a Biobibliography. New York: Garland, 1996.

 

The Humanities and the Library. Eds. Nena Couch and Nancy Allen. 2nd ed. Chicago: American Library Association, 1993.

 

Hurley, Cheryl. "The Library of America: Facing the Classic Challenges." Library Chronicle of the University of Texas 25.4 (1995): 48-55.

 

Kirkham, S. "Teaching Humanities Librarianship: The Role of Inrformation Technology." Library Association Record 90.2 (1988): 98-99.

 

"LC Presents Virtual Whitman Display: Author Notebooks Go Online," Wilson Library Bulletin 69 (May 1995): 19.

 

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