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Introduction to Research in French and Francophone Studies
"French-speaking communities exist in many parts of the world, including
Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, North America, Southeast Asia, and the
South Pacific. This diversity is reflected in the French and
Francophone Studies Department curriculum, which is designed to promote
understanding and awareness of the language, literatures, and cultures
of the French-speaking world."--French and Francophone Studies Dept. web site.
This guide will help you locate books, articles, and other materials for your papers and projects and provide suggestions for print and online sources in language, literature, history and culture.
The guide is a work in progress so some sections may be incomplete.
Produced by an association of researchers, the site offers research and writing related to literary theory and history. This growing collection of texts related to specific works of fiction as well as the theoretical underpinnings of the genre is a model for future electronic academic endeavors.
Gallica, bibliothèque encyclopédique et raisonnée, offre accès à tous types de supports : imprimés (monographies, périodiques et presse) en mode image et en mode texte, manuscrits, documents sonores, documents iconographique, cartes et plans.
Archive of hundreds of digitized journals published in the arts, humanities and social sciences. A sister database, Periodicals Index Online, provides additional indexing for articles in over 4,700 periodicals.