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Theatre & Performing Arts: Welcome

COVID-19 Campus Closures

Northeastern's research librarians have been asked to work remotely due to COVID-19. 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 using the buttons on this page. You can also reach the reference desk by text at 617-934-7876, by email, or via our QuestionPoint 24/7 chat service.

Welcome!

This guide is intended to help you with your research in Theatre, Dance and Performing Arts. You'll find a list of major databases in the field as well as tips on finding books, films, articles and other sources. If you have trouble finding what you need or have questions or suggestions about this guide, please contact me.

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Your Librarian

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Brooke Williams
Contact:
270 Snell Library
617-373-2363

Need help?

Email me: b.williams@northeastern.edu

If you need immediate help, please chat with a librarian.

What I can do in a consultation:

  • Help you find sources for your project
  • Help you brainstorm research strategies
  • Help you set up a citation manager
  • Help you access online materials
  • Help you request items through Interlibrary Loan

What I can't do in a consultation:

  • Proofread your paper (visit the Writing Center!)
  • Help you choose a topic or verify that your topic is "good" (talk to your instructor!)
  • Find sources for you (that's your job!)

Bottom line: while I am here to support your research process and help you navigate the library, I am not a substitute for your instructor. Questions about assignment requirements, grading, acceptable sources, acceptable topics and deadlines should be directed to your professor or TA.