Answered By: Reference Staff
Last Updated: May 01, 2019     Views: 22

The MLA International Bibliography is a very comprehensive index for research works on literatures and languages.  It can be accessed from the DATBASES A-Z  link on the Library homepage.

The database contains citations for secondary works in: 

  • World literatures, including Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South Americas.
  • Linguistics
  • Dramatic arts (film, radio. television, theater)
  • Folklore
  • Rhetoric and composition

Dates of Coverage

  • 1926 to present

Full-Text Access

  • MLA Bibliography  itself does not contain the full text of the items it indexes. 
  • While the bibliography itself does not contain the full text of the items it indexes, it provides a number of ways to link easily from a citation to the full text in another location.

Options for Searching the Bibliography: 

  • Literary authors and their works (e.g. William Shakespeare; Hamlet)

  • Subject terms, including people, characters, places, periods, movements, and subject matter (e.g.,"william shakespeare", "feminism")
  • titles of articles, books, and other scholarly works
  • language of publication (e.g. "french language")
  • date of publication (e.g. 2014, 2005 -2015)
  • limit to peer-reviewed journal articles

More Info / Source(s)

If you need further assistance, please Ask Us!

 

Ask Us!

Can't find the answer to your question? Send it to us!

Your Info

Please enter your MTSU email address.

Trouble accessing an online resource?

If possible, please upload a screenshot of your error message below. 

Fields marked with * are required.

Reporting Noise Complaints

If you need to report a noise complaint and chat is not online:

Call the Service Desk at 615-904-8533.