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This online guide provides information and links to resources for German Studies available via UST Libraries. Use the tabs to help find books, academic articles, videos, websites as well as information on how to cite sources. Contact the Modern & Classical Liaison Librarian, Cindy Badilla-Melendez, if you have questions or need research assistance
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Encyclopedias & Dictionaries
The Oxford handbook of modern German history
The Oxford Handbook of Modern German History is a multi-author survey of German history that features syntheses of major topics by an international team of scholars. Emphasizing demographic, economic, and political history, this text places German history in a denser transnational context than any other general history of Germany. It underscores the centrality of war to the unfolding of German history, and shows how it dramatically affected the development of German nationalism and the structure of German politics.
CHAPTER TWELVE. Germany and German-Speaking Europe
This chapters is designed to provide a guide to the study of the impact of the classics on postclassical culture, broadly defined.
Encyclopedia of German Literature
Encyclopedia of German Literature includes a large number of entries on writers, individual work, and topics essential to an understanding of this rich literary tradition.
A Companion to European Romanticism
This Companion describes the way in which the Romantic Movement swept across Europe in the early nineteenth century, transforming literature, music, painting, religion, philosophy, politics, and personal relationships.
German Print Dictionaries
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