This guide will help you find resources related to the study of foreign languages and literatures. If you have any questions, please use our library's Ask Us! service, or contact me personally. Please use the tabs above to find the type of resource you need.
This page focuses on resources to find articles dealing with foreign languages and literatures.
The Finding Books tab takes you to our library catalog, and the WorldCat database of library holdings worldwide.
The E-Encyclopedias tab link to online dictionaries and encyclopedias.
The MLA Style tab will show you how to organize and format your reference list according to the rules of the Modern Language Association
These are the resources to use when looking for articles
- The definitive database for research in modern language and literature.
- Indexes articles, dissertations and essays in the fields of literature, linguistics, and folklore.
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- Our largest scholarly, multi-disciplinary, full text database, with MANY articles on the literatures and cultures of the world.
- Abstracts and indexes over 13,000 journals.
- Provides the full text of nearly 9,000 journals (over 7,700 of those are peer-reviewed).
- More info
Humanities & Social Science Retrospective (1907-1984)
- Covers hundreds of English-language journals in the humanities, including articles on Germanic and Slavic literatures and languages.
- Indexes articles, book reviews, interviews, obituaries and bibliographies on television and motion pictures.
Includes some full text articles from newspapers, magazines, transcripts, newsletters, and other sources. Covers news, business, legal, and medical information. Includes a large number of foreign-language resources, including newspapers in Italian
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