The following are examples of search topics related to the subject of THEATER which are cross-referenced in QuickSearch.
The following journals are considered core scholarly/academic journals for theater research. Use the E-journals link under the QuickSearch box to find further coverage if the year you need is not included from the links provided below.
Note: See UlrichsWeb or Magazines for Libraries [4th Floor Reference - Z6941 .M23 11TH 2002] for a description of each journal.
If you click on one of the subject headings in the box on the left and find too many books to look through (as you will with "acting") you may want to use the QuickSearch Advanced Catalog Search to limit your results to more precisely what you are looking for.
To get to the QuickSearch Advanced Catalog Search screen, click on the blue button in the box on the right side of the screen.
Now, let's say you wanted to use the Advanced Search to search through all the books on the subject of "acting" for only the ones dealing with the "stage." On the Advanced Search Screen, you would type "acting" in the first search box and then change the menu in front of it to "Subject." In the second box you would type the word you want to add to your search, in this case the word "stage." You can leave the menu in front of this search box set for "Keyword." (If this search still brings up too many items, change the menu in front of the second search box to "Subject" as well.) Then you would click "Search" to run your search.
Course reserves are materials that your professors make available at the library's circulation desk or through the library's website.
There are two kinds of reserves: