French Studies

This guide contains resources for the study of the French language, literature and culture.

Welcome to the Library Guide for French Studies!

We hope that you will find this guide a useful starting place for your research in French Studies. We have assembled a core collection of resources available through the Wayne State University Library System, as well as high quality, freely available web resources. This guide is a collaborative work-in-progress, developed with the suggestions and feedback from students and faculty involved in French Studies.

Feel free to contact Karen by email or by telephone if you have a question about library services or you need some help finding resources. She is also available by appointment to conduct research workshops for classes, or to assist individual students and faculty with research related to French Studies.

Faculty are invited to contact Prof. Holley to suggest specific items for purchase that address curriculum, teaching, or research needs.

Cordially,

Karen Liston and Robert Holley

 

Karen Liston, A.M.L.S.
Public Services Librarian III
Liaison for Near Eastern, Asian, German & Slavic Studies,
English Language Learning and Interlibrary Loan
134 Purdy Kresge Library
5265 Cass Avenue
Detroit, MI  48202

(313) 577-5596
(313) 577-3436 (fax)
AQ8554@wayne.edu

 

Robert Holley
Professor, School of Library and Information Science
106 Kresge Library
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI  48202

(888) 497-8754 x705
(313) 577-7563 (fax)
AA3805@wayne.edu

 

 


Liaison Librarian

Karen Liston
Contact:
AQ8554@wayne.edu
(313) 577-5596

134 Purdy/Kresge Library
5265 Cass Ave
Detroit, MI 48202

Walk-in Reference Hours:
MANOOGIAN 308 (FLTC)
Mondays & Thursdays 10-2
PURDY-KRESGE REFERENCE DESK
Tuesdays 5-7

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Reference Desks

Undergraduate (UGL): 313-577-8852
Purdy/Kresge: 313-577-6423
Arthur Neef Law: 313-577-6180
Shiffman Medical: 313-577-1094

Departmental Information

French Studies are offered through the Romance Languages Program in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures