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Resources for the Dissertation in Modern Languages

at Warwick

going further afield

You are welcome and indeed encouraged to visit other research libraries, archives, and relevant collections. Remember that this can be time-consuming, so preparing your visit well is essential.

For reasons of parity, no additional financial resources can be made available.

Internet-based resources

The list below provides some examples of the wealth of Internet resources for Modern Languages research.

    • TIP: check out the webpages of any learned societies and specialist institutes in your field, e.g. Society for French Studies, the Society for Italian Studies, Society for Latin American Studies, the Institute for Modern Languages Research (School of Advanced Study, London)...
    • Don't be afraid to ask your dissertation supervisor, the module convenor, or subject librarian for suggestions!

Making the most of your research skills

The links on this page are not just useful for the dissertation! They can also help you with both formative and summative essays.

 Books from the Stendhal collection in Warwick University Library 2