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GRMN 33333 Reading German for Research Purposes

A guide to library resources for students in GRMN 3333: Reading German for Research Purposes, Dr. Colin Benert, instructor (Winter 2021)

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This guide provides tips and links to resources to find materials for your course assignments. Click on the tabs on the left to access content.

If you're not finding what you need, please don't hesitate to contact Brian Vetruba (vetrubab@uchicago.edu) for additional assistance. Brian is also available for virtual appointments.

 

Scholary Article Databases

TIPS FOR SEARCHING FOR ARTICLES IN GERMAN

  • Most article databases allow you to limit by language. Often you'll need to go to an advanced search to find this option.
  • You can still use English terms to search. Here's an example: "ottoman empire" and "jews" limited to German.
  • If you are using German terms in your search, note:
    • don't use "ue" for "ü", "ae" for "ä", "oe" for "ö".  "ueber" will not necessarily bring up results with "über". Instead, use "uber" or "über"
    • Use "ss" for "ß"
  • Below is a select list of interdisciplinary databases. For more subject-specific databases, consult the Subject Guides.
  • Don't hesitate to contact Brian for assistance

Bibliographer for Germanic Literature and Scandinavian Studies

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