The Essential Review for Modern Cultural Studies

A dynamic new  interface accompanies the latest edition providing users with multiple new search and browse options, the ability to save results in a personal archive and create one’s own notes. Every item has been indexed allowing searching of advertisements and short book reviews that weren’t always available in the Centenary Archive.

Users can access any page through full-text searching or via the enhanced online version of the published index; by a book’s title, author or contributor. Results provide complete bibliographic information, title of work reviewed and author and publisher information.

Useful, time-saving features:

  • A dynamic new user interface reflecting latest web 2.0 technology
  • Improved online version of the published index
  • Fully text searchable with hit-term highlighting – not available in the TLS Centenary Archive
  • Extracted text available for text mining purposes
  • Limit by, amongst others, book title, author, contributor and date
  • Searches by article type including book reviews, theatre reviews, leading articles, letters, poems, and obituaries
  • Browse issues by date, book title, author, contributor, illustrator, editor and translator
  • Results can be downloaded, printed or emailed
  • Citation tool
  •  “My Archive” to save searches, results and annotations between sessions
  • Fuzzy search – low, medium, high