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Catalogs -- English
UC Library Search
Lists books, journals, newspapers, and all other items held in the UCSB Library's collection, both online and in print. You can limit your search to French-language materials from the Advanced Search, or from the left margin once you've launched a simple search.
Melvyl is the discovery platform for the UC Libraries and beyond.
Dissertations and theses whose authors have opted to publish as open access. Freely accessible to everyone.
Dissertations and Theses
Search by author, subject, date, or granting institution. Also includes over 183,000 records of foreign dissertations from The Center for Research Libraries (CRL).
Catalogs -- French
Bibliographie nationale française
The national repository of all works published in France.
Catalogue Collectif de France
Provides a single search interface for the three major French catalogs:
--the Catalog of Digitized Municipal Library Collections
--the BnF catalogue général
-- the University Documentation Catalog.
Catalog of documents and periodicals held by French academic libraries.
Gallica: Bibliothèque nationale de France
Digitized books, manuscripts, maps, images and more from the BnF. Links along the top of the page allow you to change the language of the search interface.
The European Library
Access to the collections of the 48 National Libraries of Europe and leading European Research Libraries.
DART - Europe e-Theses Portal
DART (Digital Access to Research Theses) is a partnership of research libraries and library consortia who are working together to help provide researchers with a single European Portal for the discovery of Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs),
Scholarly organization devoted to the study of French and Francophone history and culture online.publishes several journals on-line, freely available to the public. H-France Review is the review program for newly published books on French history and culture in the Anglophone world. H-France Salon explores innovative publishing that uses both print and audio-visual components.
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