A survey of the origins, rebirth, and resurgence of American Women Writers, past and present, from New England. This course will examine the interactions between these writers and their texts- how each shaped American history, contemporary culture, ethnicity, gender issues, religion, and through language. We will explore their contributions to our understanding of socioeconomic and cultural is-sues today by reading fiction, poetry, autobiography, essays, diaries, and other written and digital materials.
This guide will suggest library resources to support students in ENG 0237: Literary Pioneers of New England in their research and assignments.
Encyclopedias, handbooks, dictionaries and other reference books can be a great place to start your research. They will:
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Use the following multi-subject and subject-specific databases to search for detailed research articles on your topic. Login required for off-campus access. Click here for the full list of Rosemont's electronic databases.
Looking for specific articles on a topic? Visit our Electronic Databases page and search the resources listed there.
The links below will direct you to additional resources on the open web. Depending on the nature of your research, it may or may not be appropriate to utilize these sources, so it is always best to check first with your professor or a librarian. Consult this page for more guidance on evaluating websites.