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Guides to France and French Studies

This French Studies guide provides links to some of the most useful resources for researching French culture, literature and history. It is not comprehensive, but intends to point the user to the complete array of materials held at or through Penn, as well as available in the wider world.  Use the tabs to navigate through the pages of this guide. Listed below are guides more ambitious than this one, which together come closer to covering the range of existing resources. The first is produced by the West European specialists of the Association of College and Research Libraries. The other two come from two major research libraries. They are among the best of what are likely hundreds of French Studies guides produced by academic librarians. If you wish to recommend other guides or resources or features that we might incorporate into this guide, please contact either of us via the email or telephone listed to the right. Suggestions are always welcome. Thanks.

  • French Studies Web
    The French Studies Web provides annotated links to scholarly web resources. Links to high-quality, scholarly meta-sites are emphasized. Maintained by the West European Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries.
  • French and Francophone Studies Resources
    The library guide from Duke.
  • French Studies
    The UCLA Library guide.

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French Studies Liaison

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Joe Holub
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215-898-4325, Van Pelt Library 210, Philadelphia PA 19104-6206
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French Studies, Rare Books and Manuscripts

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David McKnight
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Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Rm 615, 3420 Walnut St. Philadelphia PA, 19102. 215-746-5829
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History of Early Modern Paris; French Avant-garde; Literary periodicals
 
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