Journal articles are usually short papers on specific topics. They are published in issues or parts of journals (also called periodicals) which appear regularly. Use articles to find:
Finding journal articles
Search the Summon discovery service using the box below to find full-text journal articles available via the Library. Search using topic topic words or for a specific article title.
Search databases covering your subject
Alternatively try the subject-related databases listed below. They will give you references to journal articles - they may also give you the full-text of the article, or at least link you to the full-text if it is available online.
You should use the Harvard style of referencing for journal articles
Journal article example
Harrison, S. (2004). 'Altering Attis: Ethnicity, gender and genre in Catullus 63', Mnemosyne 57 (5): 520 - 533
This video will show you how to find out if the Library has access to a specific article - online or in print.