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Modern Languages and Literatures: Getting Started

A guide to resources for research in Modern Languages & Literatures.

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Maureen Diana Sasso

Getting Started: How to use this guide

Welcome to the Modern Languages and Literatures Guide!

Through this guide, you can access the following kinds of resources:

  • Research databases that provide access to full-text of articles for modern languages and literature research topics

Under the Languages Tab:

  • Online resources for further study of the featured modern languages

Use the red tabs across the top of the page to move through the research guide.

About the MLL Department

The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Duquesne University provides students with a global education and prepares graduates for productive roles in our rapidly changing world. Courses are offered in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish, as well as international cinema. In small classes with individualized attention, students learn to use language wisely and judiciously as a tool in their interaction with others and to respect the dignity of all women and men. In this way, the programs contribute to building moral character through facilitating encounters with different cultures, traditions, values, virtues and norms.

The Department offers study-abroad opportunities through residence programs in Rome, Italy, and Salamanca, Spain.

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Site Authorship

This site was created by LaMonica Wiggins, MLIS.  It is maintained and updated by Maureen Diana Sasso.