IDS 101 Dystopia Happening Here
Frann Michel, Professor

1. Library Catalogs

Willamette University Libraries Catalog

Orbis Cascade Alliance Summit catalog of academic libraries in Oregon and Washington

2. Major Research Databases

Literature Resource Center: Provides access to biographies, bibliographies, and critical analyses of authors from every age and literary discipline. (Full-text)

Oxford Reference Online: 100 well-known and trusted dictionaries and reference books combined into a single cross-searchable web database. (Full-text)

Academic Search Premier: Provides full text for more than 3,600 academic, social sciences, humanities, general science, education and multi-cultural journals. (Mixed)

Project Muse: Provides online access to the full text of over 300 journals in the disciplines of literary studies, classics, history, philosophy, and more. (Full-text)

JSTOR: Provides access to the complete back files of more than 624 cross-disciplinary academic journals in digital format, some of which date from the 1800s. (Full-text)

America History and Life: Provides access to scholarly literature on the history and culture of the U.S. and Canada from prehistoric times to the present.

New York Times Historical: Provides full page & article images with searchable full text back to the first issue.

ArtStor: Provides a broad and deep general collection of images of world art and architecture.

MLA International Bibliography. Indexes critical material on the modern languages, literature, linguistics, and folklore. (Mixed)

3. Internet Resources

US History: The Great Depression

American Cultural History: 1930 - 1939

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library: Photographs from Great Depression and New Deal

America from the Great Depression to World War II from the Library of Congress American Memory Project

America and the Utopian Dream | Dystopian Literature

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum: Charles E. Coughlin

Huey P. Long "Barbecue Speech"

Aimee Semple McPherson: An Oral Mystery

Image of WPA Federal Theater Project in New York:"It Can't Happen Here"
Courtesy of Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

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