Scholarly sources are "peer-reviewed" essays and articles that use new research findings and theoretical tools to contribute to ongoing conversations within and across various disciplines.
As you read (and reread) your scholarly sources, try to answer the following questions.
1. What problem/question is the author posing?
2. What kind of knowledge, methods, and archives does the author use in order to address that problem/question?
3. What is the author's argument?
4. How might other scholars assess this article?
Image: jamelah e. What am i reading? 2006. Flickr Creative Commons. 30 August 2010.