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Popular Culture: A Research Guide: Related
Research Guides

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Research Guides Useful for Popular Culture

Comics and Graphic Novels.
Includes "conceptual and historical contexts for the appreciation of comics as literature and art," help for finding books and articles, and guidance on how to cite comics.

Film: A Guide to Resources.
"This guide to resources is selective and includes titles held by the Reference collections of Olin and Uris Libraries as well as materials accessible online. Some titles listed may also be available in the general Olin (or Library Annex) stacks within the Library of Congress classification range PN 1993 through PN 1999."

Hip Hop Users Guide
"The intentions of this guide are to provide the researcher with helpful tips, and suggested print and electronic resources about hip hop.
The guide is divided into ten different categories. Each is designed to give the researcher ideas on how to track down material relating to hip hop."

Middle Eastern & North African Cinema & Film.
"...the geographic areas covered include: Mauritania, Morocco and the Western Sahara, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, the Sudan, Turkey, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Yemen, Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan. The guide serves as an introduction to resources available through Cornell University Library, as well as electronic resources available freely online."

Popular Periodicals: 19th & 20th Centuries.
"This site identifies indexes and full-text resources useful in searching for 19th and early 20th century American periodical articles.... [It] focuses on general interest, popular, and lesser known publications."

Science Fiction & Fantasy: A Research Guide
"This guide aims to assist Cornell University students, faculty, and staff in identifying and accessing books, journals, and electronic materials that treat science fiction/fantasy literature and film as objects of serious study."

Television: A Guide to Resources.
"The emphasis here is on television programming within the contexts of art, entertainment, and popular cultural studies."


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