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ITAL 592 Primo Levi: Witness and/or Writer? (Fiona Stewart): Getting Started

Getting Started

These online sources are good places to start your research. For quick reference, hold your mouse over a link for a brief description of the resource.

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Primo Levi Stamp

E-Journals on Italian Literature

MLN

Critical Studies in the modern languages (Italian, Hispanic, German, French) and recent work in comparative literature are teh basis for the articles and notes in MLN. The journal publishes four single-language issues and one comparative literature issue.

Back Issues of MLN in JSTOR

Romance Notes

Romance Notes, a journal that accepts on any literary, cultural, or linguistic topic dealing with Romance studies, appears 3 times a year.

Italian Culture

The official publication of the American Association for Italian Studies (AAIS) offers subscribers scholarly articles in Italian language, linguistics, history, literature, cinema, politics, philosophy, folklore, popular culture, migration, and the influence of Italy on other cultures.

Italica

Features original scholarly articles on all aspects of Italian language, literature, and culture

Full-text in Jstor from v. 3 (does not include full-text of previous 2 years)

Subject Guide

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Research Project

Approximately 4-6 pages (i.e. circa 1000 words) in length. Critical analysis of one or more of the books/topics covered during the semester. All papers should reference no fewer than three secondary sources of academic merit.