You can access resource lists for your modules through Canvas.
Resource lists (which used to be called reading lists) contain all types of material: books, journal articles, chapters in ebooks or film clips etc.
Resource Lists@Bham is a new service so not all resource lists have been added yet.
If your module resource list is not there, please report it to us using email@example.com. Please let us know the module and your lecturer's name and we will contact them to get the list / to set up the canvas link.
If you spot any mistakes or problems in your lists please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
News: Many digitisations (scans) are now live and have been integrated into existing lists
If material is not held by the University of Birmingham, you can use our document supply service to request it from another institution. More details can be found at Interlibrary Loans and Document Supply.
There are a number of ebooks and ebook packages available which will be of interest to the Shakespeare & Renaissance Literature. Here are just a few of them. To find more ebook collections for your area of study use the Find Databases option in FindIt@Bham and filter your search by .
Titles include the series, the of the plays and key criticism. Simply search on FindIt and click View Online.
Oxford Scholarly Editions Online: includes the complete text of more than 170 of material written between 1485 and 1660, including all of Shakespeare’s plays and the poetry of John Donne, opening up exciting new possibilities for research and comparison.
Cambridge Ben Jonson Online: presents a complete reappraisal of this major Renaissance writer, complementing and extending the seven-volume edition of Jonson's works.
Richard Brome Online edition of the Collected Works of the Caroline dramatist, Richard Brome. The edition not only makes the texts accessible to scholars and theatre practitioners, but also begins to explore their theatricality visually, serving as inspiration to encourage more frequent staging of Brome's works.
Luminarium: an anthology of English Literature covering the Renaissance period.