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This guide offers a selection of (literature) resources for Minorities & Multilingualism studies. This is the starting point for your research.



General bibliographic databases

Political and historical aspects of minorities and multiculturalism : sources

Multilingualism and language : sources

European Languages & Cultures

For sources on European Languages & Cultures, please consult the
Libguide European Languages & Cultures


For sources on Frisian, please consult the Libguide Friese taal- en cultuur

Publishing in open access: free of charge or with a discount

Publish in open access! free or discounted.

Open access information


  • Stimmen fan Fryslân is een app voor smartphones en het web, ontwikkeld door de vakgroep. Gebruikers van “Stimmen” kunnen woorden inspreken en creëren daarmee een unieke collectie met gesproken taal. Via deze vorm van citizen science worden gegevens verzameld waarop later kennis over taal en taalgebruik wordt gebaseerd. De verzamelde gegevens worden rechtstreeks gedeeld met iedereen via deze website.
  • Catalogue of endangered languages

Catalogue of endangered languages

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Google Scholar

Google's search engine for scholarly and scientific literature.

For direct access to full text documents: 
Click on Settings - Library links : choose University of Groningen options + Open Worldcat (if not shown, type 'Groningen'). Links to full text (if available) will be shown in your search results.
Citing a publication found in Google Scholar?
Click on Settings - Search result - Bibliography manager, choose e.g. RefWorks




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Subjects: Faculty of Arts