Evidence in the Humanities looks different than evidence in other disciplines. The link below has a nice breakdown of what is considered evidence across a few different disciplines. As always, check in with your instructor if you need more help finding appropriate evidence for a project!
Examples of evidence used in Humanities research:
At SLCC, start with the databases OneSearch and Project Muse for Humanities related research.
OneSearch may feel too big, so you could limit by "Content Provider" or choose a different database from this list.
JSTOR is a very useful database, but it is included in OneSearch and the OneSearch features (email, cite, etc.) are easier to navigate. If you prefer searching JSTOR directly, please do!