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Medieval Spain: Contact the Librarians

This research guide points the way to find books, articles, quick facts, and primary sources about Spain from the 400s to the 1500s.

Contact the Librarians

It is possible to make an appointment with a librarian for research help, just as if we were professors, even though we do not have official office hours.  Agnes Haigh Widder handles the Middle Ages in general.   Mary Jo Zeter handles Spain and Spanish language.  Just e-mail or telephone to arrange an appointment using the contact information below.  Don't wait 'til the last minute! 

Agnes Haigh Widder, Humanities Bibliographer, A.M.L.S., M.A.

Michigan State University Libraries

366 W. Circle Dr. E 208A, Mail Stop 21

East Lansing, Mich.  48824

517-884-6394

517-432-3532 fax

widder@lib.msu.edu

widder@msu.edu

British Isles; Medieval and Renaissance/Early Modern studies; French studies (except Africa); religious studies


Mary Jo Zeter, Latin American and Caribbean Studies Bibliographer

Michigan State University Libraries

366 W. Circle Dr. E222

East Lansing, Mich.  48824

517-884-0840

zeter@msu.edu

Latin America, Caribbean, Iberia, modern Italy, modern Greece

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