Clíona Ní Shúilleabháin
Office Location: Fourth Floor, Ussher Library
Telephone: +353 1 8962985
Subject Librarian Recommends...
- Databases for Hispanic Studies (TCD subscription databases)
- TCD (ejournal, e-book) general databases for Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies
- List of 350+ TCD subscription databases (journals and e-books)
- Academic Search Complete on EBSCOhost
- Web of Science
- LLBA (Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts) on ProQuest
- MLA International Bibliography
- Oxford Reference Online
- Project MUSE
- OmniFile Full Text Mega (H.W. Wilson) on EBSCOhost
- Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes
- Corpus of Classic Latin Incunabula in Spain and Portugal
- ****NEW Gabriel García Márquez from the Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin. FREE resource, launched December 2017.
The digital archive of Colombian-born writer Gabriel García Márquez includes manuscript drafts of published and unpublished works, research material, photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, clippings, notebooks, screenplays, printed material, ephemera, and an audio recording of García Márquez's acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1982. The searchable, online archive is comprised of approximately 27,500 items from García Márquez's papers, and was made possible by a Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). The Center also gratefully acknowledges the cooperation of Gabriel García Márquez's family.
- Instituto Fernando el Catolico Virtual Library
- Palabra virtual (Hispanic Poetry in audio and on video)
- RTP (Portuguese Radio and Television, live and recorded, contemporary and archived, including former Portuguese colonies)
- Research and Citation Resources from Purdue University Online Writing Lab
- rtve.es (Interviews with renowned Spanish and Portuguese language writers from the archive. The Archive also has some excellent dramatized series of literary works in multiple parts, e.g. Los Pazos de Ulloa and Fortunata y Jacinta etc.)