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UCL Dutch library
This unique collection, housed in a separate section of the
UCL Library, is the main library resource for students of Dutch. The
holdings consist of some 12,000 volumes on the language, literature,
history and culture of the Low Countries, supplemented by a large
collection of periodicals. Most of the books are directly accessible on
open shelves. The range of topics and periods covered is extensive and
provides plenty of scope for independent study.
General & Subject-Specific Resources
Databases & Bibliographical Indexes
Of the many electronic databases and bibliographical indexes
held by the library, the following are of particular interest for Dutch:
- LiteRom: book reviews on literature in Dutch, published in Dutch and Flemish journals from 1900 to the present
- Woordenboek der Nederlandsche Taal: a descriptive, historical, scholarly dictionary of the Dutch language which covers the period 1500–1976
- MLA International Bibliography: indexes literature, languages and linguistics materials from 1981
- Arts and Humanities Citation Index: coverage from 1981 onwards (Athens password required)
- IBSS (International Bibliography of the Social Sciences): indexes the contents of journals, book collections etc., from 1951 onwards.
Please note: most of these resources as well as most
electronic journals subscribed by the library can only be accessed from
within the UCL network or require an Athens username and password.
Just around the corner from UCL, the extensive collections of the following libraries are available to UCL students:
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