Old English Literature: A Guide To Criticism With Selected Readings by John D. Niles
Beowulf: An Illustrated Edition translated by Seamus Heaney with illustrations edited and an afterword by John D. Niles
Klaeber’s Beowulf And The Fight At Finnsburg (4th edition) edited by R.D. Fulk, Robert E. Bjork, and John D. Niles
The Sinthome: The Seminar of Jacques Lacan Book XXIII edited by Jacques-Alain Miller
Old English Heroic Poems And The Social Life Of Texts by John D. Niles
The Letters Of Ernest Hemingway Volume 3: 1926-1929 edited by Rena Sanderson, Sandra Spanier, and Robert W. Trogdon
Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500-1800 edited by Amelia Peck
The Edinburgh Companion To Critical Theory edited by Stuart Sim
Metahistory: The Historical Imagination In 19th Century Europe (40th Anniversary Edition) by Hayden White with a foreword by Michael S. Roth
The Poems Of T.S. Eliot Volume 1: Collected & Uncollected Poems edited by Christopher Ricks and Jim McCue
The Poems Of T.S. Eliot Voume 2: Practical Cats & Further Verses edited by Christopher Ricks and Jim McCue
The Use of Bodies: Homo Sacer IV, 2 by Giorgio Agamben
The American Intellectual Tradition Volume 1: 1630-1865 edited by David A. Hollinger and Charles Capper
Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgramage Of The Flesh by John Lahr
Philosophical Anthropology: Writings And Lectures, Volume. 3 by Paul Ricoeur edited by Johann Michel and Jerome Poree
Of Africa by Wole Soyinka
The Oxford Guide To Library Research (Fouth Edition) by Thomas Mann
Invisible Hands: Self Organization And The Eighteenth Century by Jonathan Sheehan & Dror Wahrman
Plasticity And Pathology: On the Formation Of The Neural Subject edited by David Bates and Nima Bassiri
The Mystic Fable Volume Two: The Sixteenth And Seventeenth Centuries by Michel de Certeau edited by Luce Giard and translated by Michael B. Smith
Lines Of Flight: For Another World Of Possibilities by Felix Guattari translated by Andrew Goffey
The Library wants to learn more about how graduate students use the UCB library website to conduct research. We’re looking for graduate students who are currently or have recently worked on a research paper or project.
As a thank you, online participants will receive a $50 Amazon gift card. The student we interview will receive a $100 gift card.
Online participants —
Grab your computer and get online. Complete several research tasks on the website and think aloud as you complete them.
Answer some questions about your research habits and strategies.
One in-person interview —
Come to Doe Library and show us how you work on a research paper or project for a few hours. We will observe and ask questions to understand your process better.
Apply to participate in the study. We’ll email you if you’re a good fit!
This study is open to UC Berkeley undergraduate and graduate students only.