Welcome to the fascinating world of Shakespeare! Studies of Shakespeare can be approached as literary criticism, history, and theater among others and a plethora of sources are available to the avid researcher.
In the PHC Library catalog, you can search a variety of resources by title, author, keyword, or phrase, linking you to journal articles, ebooks, and print books in the on-campus collection. The more specific your search terms, the more specific the results will be. For our Distance Learning (DL) students, excerpts from print items held in the on campus library can be provided on request.
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You can search journal articles by title, keyword, or author, or browse the following journals through the library's Periodical Listing.
You can search for any of the following Library of Congress subject term tags by limiting the search by "Subject":
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616--Biography.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616--Religion and ethics.
English drama--Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600--History and criticism.
Created: Dr. Bonnie Libby/Thornhill, 2010, 2011. Last update: Thornhill, 2022.