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Print Location: Ref JQ1758.A58 P65 2008
Periodically updated handbook provides extensive information about many aspects of politics and government in the Middle East and North Africa.
Focuses on African history and culture with articles that cover prominent individuals, events, trends, places, political movements, art forms, business and trade, religions, ethnic groups, organizations, and countries throughout Africa.
Print Location: Burling 3rd Floor PQ3897 .F73 2003
Print Location: Burling 1st Floor DC33.9 .F718 2003
Print Location: Ref DC33.7 .F724 2002
A glossary in support of the study of France and other French Speaking Countries
Print Location: Burling 2nd Floor JV1827 .P67x 2009
Print Location: Ref HC165 .S68x 18th ed 2010
This extensive resource provides economic, historical, and political background as well as government information and social and economic data and statistics.
1949–present. Covers religious and theological scholarship in over a thousand international journals and 14,000 multi-author works.
Accesses the scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts, and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities, and other websites. Includes links to resources subscribed to by Grinnell College.
Complete online access (including advertisements) to the full text of the New York Times from 1851 to 2015. For current access, see U.S. Newsstream, LexisNexis Academic, and other sources, or go to the New York Times Subject Guide for instructions on registering for a free account.
1967–present. Comprehensive database to scholarly literature on music. Indexes articles, bibliographies, books, catalogues, conference proceedings, critical commentaries to complete works, dissertations, electronic resources, ethnographic recordings and videos, festschriften, iconographies, reviews, and more. Particularly strong for classical music. For popular music publications, see Academic Search Premier.
For news of the Francophone world in the diaspora
Search this database using terms such as Francophone, colonial, post-colonial, afric*, arab*, carib*, viet*, and so on. Historical Abstracts includes many articles related to literature as well as historical and political events and analysis.
Search engine for books, videos, archival materials, electronic resources, and more owned by Grinnell College and over 72,000 libraries around the world.
A consortium of North American universities, colleges, and independent research libraries that acquires and preserves traditional and digital resources for research and teaching.
The New York Times is one of the leading news providers in the U.S. This link goes to a page with options for accessing the New York Times in the Grinnell College Libraries.
This site looks at French as it is spoken around the world. It highlights the differences in accents, its status as an official language, and more. It is meant as a study sight and gives the viewer the opportunity to answer questions and reflect on the information presented.
A list arranged by country with a note as to whether it has one or more official languages
Babelnet is a site that provides tools for language learning--specifically in English, French, and Spanish. The following links provide maps of 1) French speaking areas in the world; 2) French speaking areas in Europe; 3) French speaking areas in Africa; 5) French speaking areas in the Americas.
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Postcolonialism -- French-speaking countries
French-speaking countries -- Civilization
French-speaking countries -- Study and teaching
Literature and history -- [geographic location]
Language and culture -- [geographic location]
Literature and globalization
French literature -- Foreign countries
France -- Colonies -- Intellectual life
Minorities -- France -- Social conditions
mmigrants -- France -- Social conditions
France -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects
Postcolonialism -- Social aspects -- France
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