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Scottish Studies: Journals & Databases

Looking for articles on your Scottish topic? Try these databases...

Use keyword searches to find articles on your research topic with these great databases! 

The article may be available in PDF or HTML. If the full-text of an article is not included, click on the   Article Link button to check availability.

These databases cover journals from several disciplines, including English Literature.

The article may be available in PDF or HTML. If the full-text of an article is not included, click on the   Article Link button to check availability.

Looking for a Specific Article?

Specific Article

If you already have a citation for the article that you are looking for,

e.g. Danner, B. "Speaking Daggers." Shakespeare Quarterly 54.1 (2003): 29-62.

There are 4 easy ways to find a copy. These are listed below.

1) Find a Specific Article using Library Search | Ketu

You can use Library Search | Ketu  to find an article from a citation.

Search for the "Title of the article" (within quotation marks).

2) Find a Specific Article using Google Scholar

You can use Google Scholar to find an article from a citation:
  • Try searching Google Scholar for the "Title of the Article" (usually within quotation marks)
  • Follow the Otago ArticleLinker links in your results list
  • Follow the Article links to go directly to a copy of the article.

Off-Campus? Access Google Scholar via this link:

    Google Scholar Search

    3) Find a Specific Article using the Journal Title

    You can use the Library Search | Ketu box to find an article using the journal title.

    Search for the "Title of the journal" (within quotation marks).

    Once you have found a record for the journal, browse by year, volume, issue, page number to find a copy of the article.

    4) Request a FREE Copy with the "Get It" Interloan service

    If you have tried all of the above methods, and the article you need is not available here, you can request a free copy through our "Get It" Interloan service.