World Languages & Cultures

Languages

Select your language and culture area

Use the tabs above or links here to find resources for the language/culture you are researching:

Spanish

French

German

Chinese

Japanese

Swahili

Arabic

American Sign Language

A row of books translated into a variety of languages.

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    Citing Your Sources

The style mainly used for World Languages is:

However, you should follow the instructions given by your professor, editor, or journal first. See the Citation Resources page for more detailed information on citation styles.

    How to Find World Languages & Culture Books

Browse the library shelves with these call numbers:

PC
Romance Languages
PD
Germanic Languages
PJ6001-8517
Arabic Language and Literature
PL501-889
Japanese Language and Literature
PL1001-3208
Chinese Language and Literature
PL8000-8844
African Languages and Literature
PQ1-3999
French Literature
PQ6001-8929
Spanish Literature
PT
German Literature

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    Have more questions?

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