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Theatre: Finding Articles in Databases

Articles & Databases

This page highlights resources for finding articles and using databases at Fordham University Libraries.

  • A periodical is a journal, magazine or newspaper published regularly on a schedule. Researchers can look up periodicals individually or search on a topic across many periodicals through a database.
  • Library databases may contain a combination of scholarly peer-reviewed articles as well as popular items such as news, theatre reviews, opinion pieces, interviews, and more.

question mark  If you are unsure about how to find something you need, feel free to Ask a Librarian to point you in the right direction.

Using Databases to Find Articles

Library databases allow researchers to search across many publications at once to find articles on a specific topic. 

Finding Reviews

In addition to searching the databases in the "Using Databases to Find Articles" box, try the following publications:

Additional Databases

To search across additional databases for reviews, try the following options:

Finding Articles from a Citation

Selected Publications

Print Journals & Books

Print copies of Theatre Arts from the 1950s in the Stacks

Requesting Articles Through InterLibrary Loan

Articles from journals that Fordham does not subscribe to can be requested through InterLibrary Loan. If the library is able to get access, these articles will be delivered to researchers electronically.

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