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HST 274 / WLL 274: Texts and Contexts: Home

This course guide aims to provide relevant library resources on how to interpret literature for HST 274 / WLL 274: Texts and Contexts.

Introduction

Historians and literary scholars both deal with texts. The ways in which they have done so have often been similar, and even rely on a shared base of methods and theories about how to find and read texts, and how to understand those texts in the context in which they were produced, used, and understood.

This course guide aims to provide relevant library resources on how to interpret literature for HST 274 / WLL 274: Texts and Contexts.

This includes:

  • Books and eBooks
  • Journals and Periodicals
  • Databases
  • Websites and Other Relevant Sites

Image credit: Vernons. (2016, Mar 16). Infographics for teaching classic literature. [Infographic]. Show, Don't Tell Blog. https://www.easel.ly/blog/infographics-for-teaching-classic-literature/

Reference:

[Course syllabus]. (Spring 2022). HST 274/WLL 274: Texts and contexts. Nazarbayev University. 

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