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Shakespeare Research: Welcome

COVID-19 Campus Closures

Northeastern University has moved all instruction online due to COVID-19 concerns. But you can still get help with your research! I'm available for online and phone consultations during my regular office hours; just schedule an appointment as usual. You can also reach the reference desk by text at 617-934-7876, by email, or via our QuestionPoint 24/7 chat service.

EndNote and RefWorks

Two powerful programs that let you save citations, insert those citations into your paper, and automatically create a works cited at the end. Provided by the university to all members of the NU community.

Citation Styles for Literature

Always check with your professor to see if there is a required style for your paper. 

In general, researchers in English and American literature use the citation style in the Modern Language Association (MLA) Style Guide or the Notes-Bibliography version of the Chicago Manual of Style. We have both citation manuals here in the library; alternatively, see the web summaries below.

New Articles on Shakespeare

From the MLA International Bibliography.

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Subject Guide

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Brooke Williams
270 Snell Library



This guide was developed on the foundation of many other excellent library guides, including guides at New York University, Loyola University, and the Catholic University of America.