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GERMAN STUDIES: SUBJECT GUIDE: Home

Research starting points for German Studies

German Studies Department

Learn more about German Studies at the University of Puget Sound by visiting the German Studies Department website!

You'll find out the requirements for the major, current courses being offered, and information about the faculty.

The German Studies Collaboratory

The GSC is a virtual hub of resources for those interested in German language, art, culture, and history. This project is co-edited by a team of scholars from across the United States and Canada, including University of Puget Sound professor Kris Imbrigotta. Explore links to existing online resources, teaching resources, scholarly lectures, research materials and more! 

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German Studies @ Collins Library

Use this guide to find information about German studies and conducting research at the University of Puget Sound! 

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This subject guide for German Studies aims to introduce you to specific library resources that you will find helpful for your German coursework. The guide provides suggestions for print and online resources that will help you with the following:

  • Gain background knowledge
  • Get help with using the German language
  • Find scholarly articles
  • Identify and work with primary sources
  • Find scholarly books
  • Correctly cite the sources you use

Is there a library course page for your class?  Course pages provide pinpointed links for your assignments.

Featured Resource: Text + Kritik

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Text+Kritik is a literary journal in which the works of important German-language authors are analyzed and presented by fellow writers, as well as literary scholars and critics. It is published four times per year and each edition is focuses on a different theme, which usually means it deals with one specific German-language writer. Issues are shelved on the 3rd floor of Collins Library and cataloged individually in Primo (search by author or topic). 

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