Spanish Language and Literature
|It's not Rocket Science|
- You can begin with 2-3 books, and maybe 2-3 articles. The rest is simply data-mining. Use the bibliographies, footnotes, endnotes you find. Follow the path of other researchers.
- Browsing is still a powerful tool. With 1 or 2 good call numbers, go to the stacks to browse that area. You're sure to find books you weren't even looking for!
Find scholarly articles easily. It's not everything out there, but it's a lot.
Set your Scholar Preferences for JHU, to be connected to online articles.
These are good collections to cross search.
Books on D-level
The main Spanish Language and Literature collections are found on D-level at MSEL under the following call numbers:
PJ (Compact shelving): Books on Spanish language and literature, cataloged before 7/96.
PC 4001-4977 (Blue Label Section): Books on Spanish language cataloged after 7/96.
PQ 6001-8929 (Blue Label Section): Books on Spanish literature cataloged after 7/96.
- PQ 7081-8560: Latin American literature