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European Studies: Reference Books in Print

A collection of SU Libraries' recommended research starting points in European Studies

Political Reference Books in Print

Cultural Reference Books in Print

Language Reference Books in Print

International Newspapers

International Newspapers

This list includes newspapers either published outside of the United States, or published for international communities within the U.S. The Library has current subscriptions to many of these newspapers and may have older issues of some titles. Please check the SU Libraries Classic Catalog for more information.  In addition - SU Libraries online databases also contain millions more pages of international newspaper content.

Czech Republic

Právo (Prague) in Czech

Financial Times (London) in English
Guardian (London) in English
Independent (London) in English
Times (London) in English


Figaro (Paris) in French
France Amérique (New York) in French
Monde (Paris) in French


Frankfurter Allgemeine (Frankfurt) in German
Süddeutsche Zeitung (Munich) in German
Zeit (Hamburg) in German


Pontiki (Athens) in Greek

Corriere della Sera (Milan) in Italian
Stampa (Torino) in Italian


Izvestiia (Moscow) in Russian
Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York) in Russian
Pravda (Moscow) in Russian
Sovetskaia Rossiia (Moscow) in Russian


País (Madrid) in Spanish

Archives of the European Movement

Hundreds of documents from the early to mid 20th century "European Federalist Movement." Dated between 1940-1987, multiple European languages are represented in this collection, with correspondence to and from such notable individuals as Winston Churchill, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Jean Monnet, Paul Henri Spaak, Averill Harriman and William J. Fulbright. The originals of the collection reside at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy. These represent a broad historical cross-section of people and organizations linked to the advocacy of a more politically united European continent, an issue still quite timely today. {A gift to the SU Library Collection from Maxwell School of Public Affairs Political Science Professor, Craig Parsons, and Professor of History Emeritus, Peter T. Marsh}