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Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture: 4. Dónde Buscar

Language

Studying Spanish? Or just need to brush up on grammar and writing? Try the following resources and tools for help:

  • Spanish dictionaries in print can be found in the Research Area Stacks (map) and the Norlin Stacks (map) in Norlin Library, under the call number PC4625.

Use the following resources to get an overview of literary theory terms and concepts.

Literary Theory

Use the following resources to get an overview of literary theory terms and concepts.

Literature

Find research about Spanish literature (including authors, novels, and poetry) as well as theater.

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Art

Find research on Spanish art and artists.

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Film

Find research on Spanish films and television.

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History

Find research on Spanish historical topics.

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Finding the Full Text of an Article in a Database

This graphic explains the process for using "Find it at CU," available in most databases and Google Scholar, to locate the full text of an article.

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Finding the full-text of an article

Current Affairs

Find news articles about Spanish topics (in Spanish and English).

BrowZine

Open Access / Acesso Abierto

When searching open web or internet resources, be sure to use Boolean-style searching when appropriate. Google and Google Scholar have advanced search operators and field searching. Many of the open-access (Open Access open lock logo or OA) databases listed here have advanced search screens and help menus to assist you.