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General and Comparative Literature

Resources for research in comparative literature, reception studies, translation studies, literary theory, and affiliated discourses.

Library Contact

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Barbara Alvarez
Contact:
209 Hatcher Graduate Library
913 S. University Ave
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190
(734) 936-3261

In This Guide...

You will find a variety of resources to assist you with your research: library's catalog, databases, primary text collections, and much more. If you need additional assistance, please contact me (contact information on the left).

Several ways I can help you include:

  • brainstorming, searching, identifying, and accessing relevant library resources for your research
  • locating and/or purchasing materials to support your research and teaching
  • providing library instruction sessions for your classes

Finding Library Materials

The Library has millions of books, journals, films, sound recordings, electronic resources and more. To find the best resources for your research, use the Library Search

 

Use WorldCat to search multiple library catalogs at once, including U-M Library Catalog. Titles that are not available through U-M may be easily requested via the Interlibrary Loan from the WorldCat record.

 

The premier index/database to identify articles, books and dissertations on topics of literature, modern languages and folklore published internationally is MLA International Bibliography.