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Spanish Language and Literature

Searching for Articles

Try searching these databases for citations to articles, books, and more.  Use the  link in a database to see if the full text of an article is online; to find a print copy of a journal in the Library; or to place an Interlibrary Loan request for journals the Library does not have.

See the Literature and Pedagogy tabs on this guide to discover more resources and databases in your area of study.

Some searching tips:

  • Start with a broad search using relevant keywords to get an idea of how articles are indexed in a database.
  • Use quotation marks to search for phrases instead of individual keywords.
  • Add the term AND to your search to look for both terms in your results; use OR to look for one or the other.  A search for Voltaire AND Candide will look only for records with both those words in the article title or abstract, but a search for Voltaire OR Candide will look for records that include either one of those words.
  • Try truncation, which in many databases means inserting an asterisk (*).  Searching for Ital* will look for records that include the words Italy, Italian, Italians, Italiano, etc.

Spanish Language and Literature Databases

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