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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Hundreds of historical documents, images, interactive maps, and multimedia sources covering more than 1000 years of Black history in German-speaking lands.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
Oxford Dictionaries: German
An online English-German, German-English dictionary. Features audio clips with pronunciation, real-life example phrases, and tables with conjugations of verbs. Fully accessible on mobile and tablet.
MLA International Bibliography
Use this database to find books, book chapters, and articles on topics in languages, literature (including film), folklore, and linguistics, in many languages, including German. Limited full-text.
Historical Abstracts with Full Text
Index to articles, book chapters, and books on historical subjects (excluding the U.S. and Canada) from 1450 to the present. Articles are in English, German, and other languages.
, American Studies
, Cinema & Media Studies
, Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences
, Comparative Literature
, East Asian Languages & Cultures
, East Asian Studies
, German & German Cultural Studies
, Italian Studies
, Latin American Studies
, Russian & Russian Area Studies