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German Studies at UIUC Library

The UIUC Library has traditionally been very strong in German studies. The collections and resources for German studies are spread across many departmental libraries. The bulk of the printed books are in the Main Stacks accessible on the second floor of the Main Library. The primary libraries for German studies are:

Literatures and Languages Library

History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library

Music and Performing Arts Library

Rare Books and Manuscript Library

Ricker Architecture and Art Library

Introduction

This guide is a resource for students enrolled in GER 260/CWL 271/ENGL 268 - The Holocaust in Context: Postwar Representations in Literature and Film. Anyone interested in research resources on the Holocaust will find this guide helpful. 

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