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Research Guides - Jennifer Bartlett

Head of Young Library Reference Services & Librarian for English and Linguistics

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Community Patrons Research Guide
by Jennifer Bartlett, Debbie Sharp - Last Updated Jul 1, 2014
This guide is intended for people who are not UK students, faculty, or staff.
Tags: community, general public, public, research
ENG 171: Global Literature in English
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Oct 7, 2014
A guide to accompany Dr. Kalliney's Fall 2014 UK Core course.
Tags: english, international, literature
ENG 330-002: Spring 2012
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Nov 14, 2012
Text and Context - Uncle Tom's Cabin
Tags: american_literature, literature
ENG 330: Text and Context - The Cold War
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Nov 7, 2013
A research guide for Dr. Peter Kalliney's Fall 2013 course.
Tags: history, literature
ENG 336: Studies in American Authors
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Nov 14, 2012
Resources to support studies of specific American writers, including Hawthorne, Melville, Hemingway and others.
Tags: american_literature, english, literature
by Jennifer Bartlett, Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
Selected paper and electronic resources to facilitate research in the multi-disciplinary area of Second Language Acquisition.
Tags: communication, english, language, language acquisition, linguistics, second language acquisition
English Literature and Language
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Oct 6, 2014
Research guide for literature in the English language, the study of the English language, and guides for courses in the English Department at the University of Kentucky.
Tags: english, language, linguistics, literature, research
General Reference Sources
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Jun 3, 2014
Tags: research
Guide to the Research Process
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Jun 3, 2014
General guide to help you work through library research.
Irish Mythology
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Jul 15, 2014
JPN 320: Introduction to Japanese Culture
by Jennifer Bartlett, Kazuko Hioki - Last Updated Jan 9, 2014
Introduction to Japanese Culture, Pre-Modern to 1868
Tags: japan
JPN 321: Introduction to Japanese Culture - Meiji (1868 to Present)
by Jennifer Bartlett, Kazuko Hioki - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
Spring 2013 - Instructor: Masamichi S. Inoue
Tags: japan
JPN 351: The Japanese Experience of the 20th Century
by Jennifer Bartlett, Kazuko Hioki - Last Updated May 14, 2014
A research guide for Dr. Douglas Slaymaker's Fall 2013 course.
Tags: japan, literature
JPN 405
by Jennifer Bartlett, Jaime M. Burton, Sarah Dorpinghaus, Crystal Heis, Kazuko Hioki - Last Updated Oct 17, 2014
Seminar in Japanese and Asian Studies: Intro. to Japanese Publishing Culture from a Comparative Perspective
Library Faculty Resources
by Jennifer Bartlett, Jan Carver, Shawn Livingston - Last Updated May 21, 2014
A guide from the Library Faculty Mentoring Committee to orient library faculty to services, sources and tools to help them succeed at UK Libraries.
Tags: faculty, mentor, mentoring, new faculty, prospective faculty
by Jennifer Bartlett - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
This guide will help you learn about plagiarism and how you can avoid it in your writing.
Renaissance Literature
by Jennifer Bartlett, Debbie Sharp - Last Updated Jul 15, 2014
Resources to support the study of Renaissance literature in Europe, roughly from the 14th to the 17th centuries.
Tags: race, renaissance_drama, renaissance_literature, shakespeare, women_writers
WRD 111: Composition & Communication II
by Jennifer Bartlett, Debbie Sharp - Last Updated Sep 11, 2014
the second course in the composition & communication sequence, in which students compose written, spoken, and multimedia arguments about public issues.
Tags: communication, composition, information literacy, presentation, research process, research skills, writing

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Free access to all Palgrave Macmillan journal content in April 2013

From April 1-30, 2013 Palgrave Macmillan will be offering free online access to its full journals portfolio.

All current and archival content spanning the Humanities, the Social Sciences and Business will be available, including access to the following high-profile journals, Journal of International Business StudiesFeminist ReviewInternational Politics and the award-winning postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studiesFor more information, visit Access All Areas.


Text / Messages: The Spring 2013 WRD Writing Gallery

This new exhibit, which runs through the end of March at the Hub at W.T.'s, features work by the students of Writing, Rhetoric and Digital Media classes and comprises photoessays, podcasts, websites, documentaries and other types of writing created in WRD 110 and 111. Topics include "Negative Effects of Alcohol," "We the People! Care About Your Voting Rights," "Social Media Primer" and more. More information about the exhibit is online at