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Bellman, Jonathan. A Short Guide to Writing About Music. [ML 3797. B4]
Feinberg, Joel. Doing Philosophy: A Guide to the Writing of Philosophy Papers. [B 52.7 F45 2005]
Hudson, Suzanne. Writing About Theatre and Drama. [UNCA Writing Ctr. PN 1707 .H83 2006]
Irvine, Demar. Writing About Music. [electronic source]
Mabbett, Ian W. Writing History Essays: A Student's Guide. [D16 .M1185 2007]
Seech, Zachary. Writing Philosophy Papers. [B 52.7 S44 2002]
A Short Guide to Writing About History. [UNCA Writing Ctr. D 13 .M294 2005]
Storey, William. Writing History: A Guide for Students. [D16 .S864 2004](copies in UNCA Writing Ctr. & General Collection)
Tucker, Amy. Visual Literacy: Writing About Art. [UNCA Writing Ctr. N 7479 .T83 2002]
Vaughn, Lewis. Writing Philosophy: A Student's Guide to Writing Philosophy Essays. [UNCA Writing Ctr. B52.7 .V38]
Wingell, Richard. Writing About Music: An Introductory Guide. [UNCA Writing Ctr. ML 3797 .W54 2002]