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Expo E-42a | Academic Writing in the Humanities (Case)



This resource guide has been designed for students in Expo E42a, a Fall 2021 Extension School writing seminar taught by Sarah Case. 

The research resources you'll find here are simply starting points -- a preliminary toolkit or research workbench.They represent our first best guesses at where you might find current scholarly conversations to use in your second essay. See how they work for you.

Remember that good research is often about following up on hunches, testing out a hypothesis and then seeing where else (or to what else) it leads. You may need to try several search word combinations before you strike gold. 

Please reach out if questions of any kind arise, and at any point in your project. We'll triage by email or set up a time to meet on Zoom for a longer consultation.

Enjoy your research adventures! 


Sue Gilroy, Librarian for Undergraduate Programs for Writing, Lamont Library, Room 210