This guide is meant to assist graduate students in philosophy with writing portfolio papers.
There is an Excel Spreadsheet designed to help you keep track of what papers you have written and in what areas. See the link below:
Emory's library network is comprised of several libraries. The Robert W. Woodruff Library on the Druid Hills campus is the main library, but other libraries on this campus include the Pitts Theology Library, the Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library, and MARBL, Emory's Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library. A number of items are housed offsite at the Library Service Center (LSC). Any of these items may be sent to Woodruff Library (or your desired destination library) by logging in to your account and submitting a request through the Emory Library Catalog (aka Library Search).
In addition to its physical collection, Emory subscribes to a number of digital access services. More information on the databases, journals, and other digital materials in Emory's collection can be found on the general Philosophy Libguide. Click here to go to Emory's Philosophy Libguide.
There is a complete list of journals available digitally through Emory. Click here to go to the list of journals..
If you are not able to find a resource in Emory's collection that you nevertheless would like access to, you have a few options. These include: