French Studies Web

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The editors for the Social Sciences & History Web are Heleni Pedersoli, Patrick Reidenbaugh and Cecile Bianco.  We welcome [[contributors]]. <br>
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The editors for the French Studies Web are Heleni Pedersoli, Patrick Reidenbaugh and Cecile Bianco.  We welcome [[contributors]]. <br>
Comments and further suggestions may be sent to: <br>preidenb @ uga.edu.
Comments and further suggestions may be sent to: <br>preidenb @ uga.edu.

Revision as of 19:33, 1 October 2007

WESSWEB,the Web service of the Western European Studies Section, Association of College and Research Libraries

The French Studies Web provides annotated links to scholarly web resources and includes sites of particular interest to librarians specializing in Western Europe. It does not strive for exhaustiveness. Where possible, links to high-quality, scholarly meta-sites are given.

Search box available in left frame.


General Resources
Subject Specific Resources

See also: Professional Information & Resources

Selection Criteria. To be included in the Wess French Studies Web, a site must: be updated on a regular basis and should indicate date of last revision; include author name(s) and, where possible, affiliation; conform to copyright laws (i.e. appropriate attributions, no plagiarized material, etc.)
Geographical Coverage. France, and the francophone regions in Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, North Africa, Sub Saharan Africa, North America and the Caribbean.





URL: http://wess.lib.byu.edu/index.php/French_Studies_Web

The French Studies Web is one part of the Western European Studies Section Web of resources for Western European studies.

These web pages do not necessarily represent the views of the participating libraries nor of their sponsoring institutions.
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