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Seton Hall University Libraries Italian Studies Research Guide

Welcome to the University Libraries research guide for Italian Studies. The resources here vary from general works, such as encyclopedias, to more specific items, such as articles and books. Walsh Library holds the Valente Library, a collection of more than 20,000 volumes devoted to Italian history and culture. It is the second largest library collection of Italian books in New Jerse and is found on the third floor of Walsh Library.

Please also see the other LibGuides, as well as the Digital Collections to help you in your research.

 

 

Getting started

Reference books are an excellent way to start your research, help you narrow your topic, or introduce a topic.

A few works to start with:

The Oxford companion to Italian literature
Call Number: PQ4006 .O84 2002 Valente

Encyclopedia of contemporary Italian culture
Call Number: DG450 .E53 2000 Valente

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