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Interlibrary loan is available for books and journals that are not owned by Falvey. EZ-Borrow is usually faster than interlibrary loan, since the books come from a local library network. EZ-Borrow can be used for books that the Library owns, but that are currently checked out by somebody else.
- Gies, David T. "Early Modern Spain: Renaissance and Baroque." The Cambridge History of Spanish Literature. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Cambridge Histories Online. Cambridge University Press. 23 January 2009 <http://histories.cambridge.org.ps2.villanova.edu/uid=1640/extract?id=chol9780521806183_eg5>
- Gies,David T. "The Medieval Period." The Cambridge History of Spanish Literature. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Cambridge Histories Online.
Cambridge University Press. 23 January 2009 <http://histories.cambridge.org.ps2.villanova.edu/uid=1640/extract?id=chol9780521806183_eg4
Monter, William. "The Mediterranean Inquisitions of early modern Europe." Reform and Expansion 1500–1660. Ed. R. Po-Chia Hsia. Cambridge University Press, 2007. Cambridge Histories Online. Cambridge University Press. 23 January 2009 <http://histories.cambridge.org.ps2.villanova.edu/uid=1640/pdf_handler?id=chol9780521811620_CHOL9780521811620A017
- Ward, Philip, ed. Oxford Companion to Spanish Literature. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1978.
- Weber, Alison P. "Religious literature in early modern Spain." The Cambridge History of Spanish Literature. Ed. David T. Gies. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Cambridge Histories Online. Cambridge University Press. 23 January 2009 <http://histories.cambridge.org.ps2.villanova.edu/uid=1640/pdf_handler?id=chol9780521806183_CHOL9780521806183A010&pdf_hh=1
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- Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
Available online. Covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages.
- Historical Abstracts
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- Humanities Full Text
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- International Medieval Bibliography
Available online. A comprehensive, current bibliography of articles in journals and miscellany volumes (conference proceedings, essay collections or Festschriften) worldwide. Includes book reviews.
- Iter: Bibliography of Medieval and Renaissance Europe from 400-1700
A bibliography of more than 300 scholarly journal titles pertaining to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
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- MLA International Bibliography of Books and Articles on the Modern Languages and Literatures.
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Research Support Librarian for Languages & Literatures
Falvey Library, Villanova University
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Susan Ottignon is the subject librarian for Modern Languages and Literature and is available for research consultations, instruction, curricular support & purchase requests.