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This guide will provide you with helpful tips and resources when researching topics in Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture. Please contact the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor of Mitchell Memorial Library, (662) 325-7667, or get help from a librarian using our Ask-A-Librarian services for further questions about any of these resources. See more the research process and writing a paper here.
Searching the Catalog & Online Databases:
Two types of searches will help locate books: the 'SUBJECT' and 'KEYWORD' searches.
'La Tomantina' AND Valencia = results will have everything that has those two words, but not appearing in a resource individually
comida OR alimento = results will include everything that includes the words together or individually in a resource
baile español NOT paso doble + results will include all things about baile español, but will exclude anything about paso doble
Serendipitous Browsing leads to great finds in the library! You can do this without a computer, just take your self to the circulating collection and look to see what you can find! Use the Library of Congress (LOC) Call Numbers given below to search the Research Services Reference Collection, as well as the circulating collection.