To find more scholarly book reviews from the last twenty years or so, first try searching your book title in Primo Search, which can return book reviews along with information about the book itself. Check the icons to look for 'reviews' or 'articles' which include the title of the book.
Then try one of the databases below. Search by the title of the book, or by the author of the review and a keyword from the title.
You can use this search box just like the box on the main page to search Primo (the library catalog) for books, articles, videos, and more.
Summit Borrowing allows you to get books from the other libraries that belong to the same consortium of academic libraries in the Pacific Northwest. Instead of just one library, it's like you've got 39! Books take 3-5 working days to arrive, at which point they will be held for you at the circulation desk for one week, where you can pick them up with your ID card. You may keep Summit books for 6 weeks; there are no renewals. You can see your Summit requests by clicking the 'My Account' link when logged in to Primo.
To request an item, click the "Request Item from SUMMIT' link, then enter any comments or request a specific volume if need be, and then click 'request,' as seen below:
You can search the library catalog for keywords and subject headings. What's the difference?
A keyword is a word used anywhere in the catalog record- title, author, summary, wherever. Subject headings are words that are specifically applied to express what the book is mostly about. Using both will help you find the most relevant results.
Consider starting with a keyword search to get the broadest range of results. Then, when you find a book that is especially good, look for its subject headings. In the catalog, subject headings are a link you can click to find other books about that same subject. You can also make a note of those headings to use them as search terms in other databases: