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SPAN236: Cultura y Civilización de España 2017: Articles & Books

OneSearch: Books, Articles, Films & More

OneSearch: Books, Articles, Films & More

Library Locations & Numbers

Library Locations & Numbers​


HU - General Collection:
A-N 3rd floor

P-Z 2nd floor


HU - Folio:
A-TP 1st floor
TR-Z 2nd floor


HU- Reference
1st floor


HU - Annex 

RC - General Collection
use the "request" function in the online catalog


HU - Music Library
in the Presser Building; click here for music library hours


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How To Search

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Smart Searching Tips

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Your Librarian

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Rebecca Seipp
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MSIS, Information Science
The University of Texas at Austin
BA, History
Southwestern University