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French Language and Literature: Getting Started

French studies and the UGA Libraries

French language and literature at UGA are taught by the Department of Romance Languages in Gilbert Hall.

You will find most physical research materials (books, journals) in the Main Library, primarily on the third floor in the call number ranges PC2001-PC3761 (French language) and PQ1-PQ3999 (French literature). General Linguistics is found in call number range P1-P1091. The subject breakdown can be seen in this PDF document.

See the other tabs of this guide for more information on using our electronic resources and finding books and journal articles for your research.

As your library liaison, I can assist you with:

  • Identifying and accessing relevant library resources for your research
  • Using our subscription databases
  • Locating or purchasing materials to support your research and teaching
  • Providing library instruction sessions for classes

If you would like to get in touch with me, please see the Your Librarian box at the right of this page.

 

 

 

Apollinaire, Guillaume, and Anne Hyde Greet. Calligrammes: Poems of Peace and War (1913-1916). Berkeley: University of California Press, 1980.

Your Librarian

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Laura Shedenhelm
Contact:
Office Hours are by appointment - email me at:
shedenhe@uga.edu

Main Library, 6th floor, Collection Development suite