French Studies

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MLA International Bibliography

Publication coverage: 1925 - present

Comprehensive index to scholarly writing on literature, language, linguistics, literary criticism, folklore, drama, literary genres, etc.

Repère

Publication coverage: 1980 - present

Room to Read's Sam Mott and Vivienne Langhorne
Living in the Library for Literacy

Beginning Monday, Jan. 20, two undergraduate students, Alex Mustata (BA’23) and Julianna Taylor (BA’23), will be living, eating, and sleeping in Stauffer Library for seven consecutive days to raise funds and awareness for international literacy projects and gender equality in education.

I@Q Undergraduate Conference audience
Call for Presenters: I@Q Undergraduate Conference

Share your research, creative projects, experiential learning experiences, and inquiry projects with the Queen's community. Undergraduate students from any discipline are invited to submit an abstract for the 14th Annual I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference to be held March 12 and 13, 2020 in...

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