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Student Library Research Awards

2023 submissions are open!


These awards were created to reward students who take the time to develop a thoughtful, methodical, and scholarly approach to the research needed for their papers and projects, as well as to encourage students to develop good research techniques.

Find out more at the Student Library Research Awards site

Resource Spotlight: Black Central Europe

Hundreds of historical documents, images, interactive maps, and multimedia sources covering more than 1000 years of Black history in German-speaking lands. Collections are available in German and English.

Resource Spotlight: The Sophie Project

The Sophie Project is a digital library that represents a broad cross-section of works in many genres, authored by women written in German between 1740 and 1923.


This guide will help you find relevant resources for German Studies. It aims to point you to the most useful starting places for your research.

If you have any questions about doing research relating to German language, literature, or culture, please feel free to contact Karen Storz, Research and Instruction Librarian.

Featured Library Resources for German

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Karen Storz
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Research & Instruction Librarian
Office: Clapp Library 218B