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Global Catholicism in the Age of Discovery, 1450-1700: Contact the Librarians

This is a guide to researching Catholicism around the world in the age of discovery, 1450-1700

Contact the Librarians

Contact the Librarians

Agnes Haigh Widder, Humanities Bibliographer, A.M.L.S., M.A. (responsible for British Isles, French studies (except Africa), medieval studies and Renaissance/Early Modern studies, religious studies)

Michigan State University Libraries

366 W. Circle Dr. W118FF, Mail Stop 6

East Lansing, Mich.  48824-1048

517-884-6394

517-432-3532 fax

widder@msu.edu

http://staff.lib.msu.edu/widder/

Other librarians who cover other parts of the world:

Mary Jo Zeter: Iberia, modern Italy, modern Greece, Latin America, Caribbean

Xian Wu: China, Japan, Korea

Zoe McLaughlin: South and Southeast Asia

Erik Ponder: Africa

Deborah Margolis: Middle East and North Africa

Terri Tickle Miller: Slavic and Eastern Europe, Central Asia

Dao Rong Gong: Canada

Grace Haynes: Germany, Scandinavia

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