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Library Subject Guides

Cultural Studies: Journal Articles

A guide to Cultural Studies resources in the Library

Key Journals

Links are to the electronic version of the journal, wherever possible. If the date you require is not covered, check Journals for other access options.

E-journals - free access

Arts & Letters Daily
"Philosophy, aesthetics, literature, language, ideas, criticism, culture, history, music, arts, trends, breakthroughs, disputes, gossip."

Life Magazine 1935-1970
Browse, search and view photos of people and events in the magazine that was the photographic chronicle of the 20th Century

M/C Media and Culture

Pop Matters

Google Scholar

To get the best out of Google Scholar, make sure you go to Scholar Preferences and save University of Canterbury in the Library Links section. That way you will get the full-text of many more articles

Google Scholar Search

How can I search for journal articles?

If you already have a particular journal reference,  try our Journals search. Results may include both online and print versions, or both. Check whether your reference is covered by the years / volumes available.

If you want to find articles on a specific topic, or by a specific author: you can search in one or more of the specialised databases to which we subscribe. See below...

Multidisciplinary databases

These databases cover many other subjects as well as literature and are useful for cross-disciplinary topics.

Specialized databases

Contact me for help

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Elizabeth Cooke
Contact:
Central Library, Puaka-James Hight
ext. 93898

Normal working hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 9am-1pm
Subjects: Arts

Keeping Up-to-Date

Here are some convenient ways of keeping up-to-date with journal articles being published on your subject:-

LION (LiteratureOnline) enables you to set up automatic search alerts. Save your search on the database and when new records matching your search are added they will be emailed to you.

For key journals, go to the publisher's web site and see whether there is an option set up a table-of-contents alert. If so, each time a new issue is published the table of contents will be emailed to you.