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English 115: Their Eyes Were Watching God: African American Literature and the Bible: Home

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  • Quicksearch which simultaneously searches Orbis and Morris, as well as the Library’s collection of electronic journals, e-books, dissertations, and digitized archival material
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  • Databases to find subject-specific databases; discover electronic journal articles, e-books, and other types of electronic material that is specific to your field of study

If you need a little extra guidance, reach out to your Personal Librarian and take a look at the Library’s research guides.

Librarian for American History

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James Kessenides
Contact:
james.kessenides@yale.edu

Additional Library Contacts

Todd Gilman, Librarian for Literatures in English, todd.gilman@yale.edu