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Midterm Project to World Theatre, 1640-1890: THEA 1342 - Oakland Campus: Databases

A Guide to the Midterm Project as a part of Spring 2016 World Theatre, 1640-1910. This course is taught by Dr. Michelle Granshaw.

Project-Specific Subject Searching

Some options for Subject Headings as specifically related to Midterm Assignment:

  • Theater United States History.
  • Theater --United States --History --18th century.
  • American drama --18th century --History.
  • Theater and society --United States --History --18th century.
  • Nationalism and literature --United States --18th century.
  • National characteristics, American, in literature.
  • Patriotism in literature.
  • United States --History --Revolution, 1775-1783 --Literature and the revolution.
  • United States --Social life and customs --1783-1865.

Primary Sources

Archives, libraries, and museums continue to digitize and transcribe their collections of primary source materials and make them freely accessible online. Surrogates of original primary source materials may be considered equal substitutes for the originals; however, it is best to always evaluate a reproduction for credibility. See Lafayette College Library's guide for evaluating primary sources.

Secondary Sources