Resources

Resources for educators, researchers, and students

The University of Nebraska Press’s “Syllabus Builder” series offers curated lists of articles from across UNP’s journals on a number of topics. While primarily intended as a resource for educators preparing reading lists, they are also valuable for individuals working on research papers. These topics are currently covered:

  • Climate Change
    • Critical Theory
    • Public Opinion and Response
    • Politics and Globalization
    • Environmental Ethics
    • Climate Change and Education
    • Localized Effects
    • Economics and Business
    • Climate Change in Literature and the Arts
    • Climate Change and the Humanities
  • Sexual and Gender-Based Violence
    • Migration, Colonialism, and War
    • Harm from Tradition and Religion
    • Rape Culture
    • Sexual Violence in Literature and Film
    • Anti-LGBTQ+ Violence
    • Academic and Pop Culture Responses
    • Intimate Partner Violence
    • Surviving and Survivor Narratives
    • Sexual Health
    • Models of Resistance
  • Migration
    • Economics and Labor
    • Globalization
    • Exile, Displacement, and Internment
    • Refugees and Asylum
    • Genocide
    • Religion
    • Gender and Women’s Rights
    • Diaspora Communities
    • Literature and Cultural Narrative
    • Research and Education
  • Social Media
    • Journalism
    • Communal Narrative
    • Marketing
    • Individual Narrative and Personal Brand
    • Image Rehabilitation
    • Activism
  • Willa Cather
    • Research Articles
    • Related Book Reviews
  • Sports-Related Controversies, Social Issues, and Scandals
    • Gambling and Game Fixing
    • Drugs and Banned Substances
    • Athletes’ Physical and Mental Health
    • Fan Perceptions and Reactions
    • Public Image and Image Repair
    • Sports Figures and Crime/Criminal Allegations
    • Mascots and Offensive Imagery
    • Bias in Sports and Sports Reporting
    • Sports and Social Activism
    • Violence in Sports

The Nineteenth-Century French Studies Sourcebook series presents articles from past issues of the journal that are relevant to the upcoming Agrégation de lettres moderns.

Resources for Libraries

Our library catalog provides detailed information about our journals, their prices, and their print and online availability.