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ENG 350: Spy Fiction and Film: Identifying Articles

Recommended Research Databases

The ASU Library's A-Z Databases module provides access to more than 700 databases (including online encyclopedias and dictionaries, periodial (journals, magazines and newspapers) article indexes, and platforms for electronic books, electronic journals, streaming audio, and streaming video). The majority of these resources are restricted to current ASU students, faculty and staff.

Film-Focused Databases

Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive

FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals Database

Film Scripts Online

Filmakers Library Online

Humanities Full Text

Performing Arts Periodicals Database

Multidisciplinary Databases

Academic Search Premier


Project Muse - Premium Collection

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