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Romance Languages Resources   Tags: french, italian, romance_languages, spanish  

French, Spanish, Italian
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This guide will help you find resources related to Romance Languages. If you have any questions, please feel free to use our library's Ask Us! service, or contact me personally.

On this page, you will find resources for finding articles on foreign languages and literatures.

The Finding Books tab will provide links to the library catlog and the WorldCat database on library holdings around the world.

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Finding articles

These are the resources to use when looking for articles

Most Important Resource

MLA International Bibliography (Language and Literature)

  • 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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Academic Search Complete

  • Includes articles about French, Spanish and other literatures.
  • Our largest scholarly, multi-disciplinary, full text database, indexing 13,000 periodicals, nearly 9,000 of them full text.
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Humanities & Social Science Retrospective (1907-1984)

  • Covers hundreds of English-language journals in the humanities, including Romance languages.
  • Indexes articles, book reviews, interviews, obituaries and bibliographies on television and motion pictures.
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