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Languages, Literatures and Cultures Resources

Find resources related to Languages, Literatures and Cultures.

Library Databases

Library databases are designed to help you find articles (or chapters, conference reports, etc.) on a topic.

Most of our databases contain the full text of the article, link to that full text in another subscribed resource, or provide a link to request the item through Interlibrary Borrowing. If you need help, please ask a librarian.

To find out if we subscribe to a specific database, or to locate a database for your subject area, visit https://www.adelphi.edu/libraries/.

  • With Databases & More selected, you can search for a specific database by title. This search will bring you to a screen with the database listed; click its title and begin searching for articles. 
     
  • If you don't know the name of a database, you can search for databases by subject area. With Databases & More selected, type your discipline (example: communications). This search will bring you to a list of all library databases that have been tagged for that subject area. At the top of the page, you can search within the list or use the drop-down menus to locate what you need. Locate a database and click its title to begin searching for articles.

Note: You can also search for databases, articles, and more by searching in OneSearch (with "OneSearch" selected). This search will bring you to the OneSearch product rather than the databases listing.

Subject specific databases

The following databases are relevant for students in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures. 

Interdisciplinary Databases

These interdisciplinary databases may have relevant materials for research in Languages, Literatures and Cultures.

Web Resources

The following resources are freely available on the internet and require no Adelphi login credentials.