NEW! Research Guide for German Language and Literature
The Libraries' new subject research guide for German Language and Literature should prove useful to scholars and students in German studies and to researchers in literature, history, and other fields.
The research guide for German Language and Literature provides information under the following categories:
- Selected Reference Resources
- Periodicals and Electronic Journals
- Finding Books in Print, Microform, and Online
- Internet Gateways: Selected Links
Each of the first three categories provides an annotated list of print resources, freely available Internet sites, and licensed databases available to the Rutgers community.
The printed works listed in the guide may be found in Alexander Library and other Rutgers libraries. The guide also integrates exciting Internet resources that are provided by German libraries.
Jim Niessen, World History Librarian, and the Libraries' visiting international intern from Germany, Sabine Rauchmann, prepared this guide. To access it, users may click here: http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/rul/rr_gateway/research_guides/german/german.shtml
Users may also follow this path from the frontpage of the Libraries
Subject Research Guides / Arts and Humanities / German Language and Literature
For more information on this resource, please send email to Jim Niessen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted October 24, 2002