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FORL 2600: Literature in Translation, The Holocaust: Home

After reviewing this guide, students should be able to: 

  • Locate and use Joyner Library's resources, such as books, articles, and primary sources
  • Discover how to research sources for the FORL 2600 paper assignment
  • Access and search popular databases for the field of foreign languages and literatures
  • Discover information about using resources from other libraries
  • Complete steps in the research process
  • Cite sources in MLA Style.

If you need help with your assignments at any time, please use the contact information listed under the "Get Help" tab above to talk with a librarian.

 

Hello, and welcome to the Research Guide for FORL 2600. This Research Guide was made specifically for the Foreign Literature in Translation course dealing with the Holocaust. The information contained in the guide will help you finish your research project that you will be working on in pairs. The course is a Foundations course, which means that you will be required to complete research. Please spend time with this Research Guide, as it will help you with many of the basic tools you will need to know.

My name is Katy Kavanagh Webb, and I am a librarian at Joyner. I have a special interest in this topic, as I lived in Germany and studied German (MA, 2003). I am happy to assist you if you have questions beyond what is presented here. My contact information is on the last tab of this guide. You may also want to contact Joyner Library by going to the Get Help page. 

Holocaust Museum, Berlin