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Highly Recommended Research Guides
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- Brazilian Studies
- British and American History
Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in British and American history.
- Digital Humanities
An introduction to tools and projects in the field of digital humanities.
- French Language and Literature
Provides selected sources and useful research-related sites in the field of French language and literature.
- General and Comparative Literature
Resources for research in comparative literature, reception studies, translation studies, literary theory, and affiliated discourses.
- Italian Language, Literature and Culture
Recommended resources for research in Italian language, literature and culture.
A guide to electronic and print resources supported by the University of Michigan Library's Judaica Unit, as well as external resources important for Judaic Studies, Yiddish, Hebrew, and many other topics.
- Linguistics Resources
This guide offers electronic resources supporting teaching and research in linguistics. Included are indexes to articles in scholarly journals, online full-text sources, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other resources.
- Museum Studies
Provides useful resources for research on museum studies.
- United States History
This guide covers major resources and methods for research in U.S. history. Some of the key resources discussed in this guide are America: History and Life, Making of America, and Early American Imprints (Evans).
Other Research Guides
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- American Culture
This guide provides suggestions for useful reference works, journal indexes, collections, libraries, and web resources for the study of American Culture.
- Children's Literature
The Children's Literature Research Guide is intended to assist researchers, School of Education and School of Information students by providing UM Library children's lit resources in one place. It also includes other external helpful resources.
- Classical Studies Resources
This guide provides some useful suggestions for research in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine literature, history, and archaeology.
- Espresso Book Machine
How to use the UM Library's Espresso Book Machine to create professionally printed books using your own content or public domain materials.
- German Language Learning Guide
Suggests resources and strategies for learning German using materials from the collection, elsewhere on campus, and on the web
- Germanic Languages & Literatures
Print and online resources for research into Germanic languages and literature.
- History (General)
Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in history.
- Independent Filmmaking
This guide is designed to help independent filmmakers create their films
- Literature Reviews for the Humanities
A guide with resources for the Faculty Exploratory workshop on Literature Reviews in the Humanities.
- Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Highlights some of the library-related resources in the area of medieval and early modern studies.
- Open Access
This research guide provides readers with a basic understanding of Open Access, which is broadly defined as content that is free to access and re-use.
Selected resources useful for philosophical research.
- Religious Studies
Important resources for the study of religion at the University of Michigan
- Scandinavian Studies
Resources in the University Library and on the Web relating to Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
- Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies
The Slavic, East European, and Eurasian collection includes roughly 305,000 monographs and 3,200 serials in Russian; Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian; Polish, Czech and Slovak; Armenian and other languages of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union.
- Spanish Language and Literature
Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in literature and language of the Spanish-speaking countries.
- USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive
The USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive makes available over 52,000 video testimonies of survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides.
- Unique Collections on the UM Campus
Unusual collections in the University of Michigan Library and on the UM Campus (Ann Arbor).