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Today, Romance languages are spoken in Europe, North and South America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia. Their rich cultural and literary heritage plays a key role in the world's multicultural societies.  Learn more...

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Combining a broad knowledge of each literature through diverse course offerings and specialized research working one-on-one with faculty, our graduate programs nurture students' individual interests.  Learn more...

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Juggling bibliographies? 
Attend a class to find out how a citation management tool can simplify your work. 
Comparison Classes
An overview of three popular tools: EndNote, RefWorks, & Zotero
Wednesday, February 11th, 3-4 PM, CGIS Knafel Room K262
Thursday, February 12th, 3-4 PM, Lamont B30
In-Depth Classes
Zotero: Tuesday, February 17th, 3-4 PM, Lamont B30
RefWorks: Wednesday, February 18th, 3-4 PM, Lamont B30
EndNote: Monday, February 23rd, 3-4:30 PM, Lamont B30
Registration for all classes: email Anna Esty (aesty@fas.harvard.edu)

Latest News

Charlie Hebdo January 14, 2015 Issue

Charlie Hebdo January 14, 2015 Issue

January 26, 2015

Widener Library has acquired several copies of the Charlie Hebdo issue of January 14, and has given two copies to RLL. At this moment they are being kept in Mike Holmes' office, and you make contact him to make arrangements to borrow a copy for a short time.

Illustrations inconscientes: écritures de la Renaissance / Mélanges offerts à Tom Conley

Illustrations inconscientes: écritures de la Renaissance / Mélanges offerts à Tom Conley

January 22, 2015

A celebration of the publication of Illustrations inconscientes: écritures de la Renaissance / Mélanges offerts à Tom Conley.  
From the publisher: "These essays in honour of Tom Conley bring together twenty-three contributions in five categories: beginnings, cartography, prose, poetry, and history. They illustrate the breadth and variety of T. Conley's interests and critical approaches, as well as his influence on French Renaissance studies."

Inextinguible Rabelais colloque international

Inextinguible Rabelais colloque international

January 20, 2015

RLL Professor Tom Conley was a featured presenter at the "Inextinguible Rabelais colloquia international" at the Université Paris-Sorbonne and the Musée de la Renaissance at Ecouen, November 12-15, 2014.  (Harvard University and the University of Oxford were also co-sponsors of the event).

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