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Language Studies: Spanish Studies

A subject guide for language studies in French, German, Spanish, Italian, & Japanese

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These journals are availble through different database providers. All of them are accessible from on-campus.

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Online Dictionaries & Lexicons

Library of Congress Classification: PC & PQ

For books about the Spanish language or for Spanish literature, visit the stacks under PC4001-4977 & PQ6001-8929. For details about specific call numbers (sub-classified by period, criticism, collections, individual authors, etc.) see the document below.

Dictionaries & Lexicons

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Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish

Destinos teaches speaking, listening, and comprehension skills in Spanish. This telenovela, or Spanish soap opera, immerses students in everyday situations with native speakers and introduces the cultures, accents, and dialects of Mexico, Spain, Argentina, and Puerto Rico. Produced by WGBH Boston. 1992.

Click here to access the videos for free! (Make sure your browser's pop-up blocker is turned off).

Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish