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Spanish Language and Literature Resources  

This guide provides materials for the study and teaching of Spanish language and literature.
Last Updated: May 1, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Spanish Language and Literature Department

Why Study Spanish?

  • Study Spanish…..Study the World!
  • Did you know that more than 44 million people speak Spanish as their first language in the United States?
  • Did you know that Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world?
  • A major, minor or M.A. in Spanish opens up the world to you!

Newspapers in Spain



Documentary Biography - Borges

Being able to understand and be fluent in a foreign language facilitates scholarship, research, travel and besides it is fun. Below get to know Borges in his native tong and country (Argentina).

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Spanish call numbers

Spanish Language and Literature call number range on the fifth floor PQ6001-PQ9698

The second floor of the library has a Spanish reference section in the PQ6006.O93 C3

The most recent Spanish journals are shelved on the second floor according to title. Once the journals are bound they are shelved in the stacks with a call number.

Spanish DVD's and CD's are locarted on the fourth floor(closed stacks). Undergraduate students -3 hours. Graduate students 3 days.


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