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Literary Journalism

Information resources for the UCI community interested in the field of literary journalism.

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Librarian for Humanities and Literature

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Richard Cho
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Recognizing the Biases in Academic Scholarship

In order to critically engage with scholarly discourse, researchers need to be aware of the inherent problems within the system of academic scholarship. Those problems could be anything from standards set by white hegemonic systems to subject terms with implicit biases. By acknowledging these inherent problems, all scholars can participate in improving the academic and public discourse.

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Hello and welcome the the UCI Libraries LibGuide for Literary Journalism.

Literary Journalism

In this guide, you will find numerous research resources. The guide's tabs will direct you to resources organized by genre. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Richard M. Cho, your research librarian for Literary Journalism. If you need to connect to the library from off campus, be sure to download the VPN software. Finally, be sure to take advantage of UCI Libraries' Quick Reference Guide for answers to common reference questions.


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