- Visit the Literature & Languages Library website
- See the Literature & Languages Library on Google Maps
- 1408 West Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL, Room 225
- (217) 333-2220
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Literatures and Languages Library was established in 2011 through a merger of the English Library and the Modern Languages and Linguistics Library. The Literature and Languages Library supports research, teaching, and learning of faculty, undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of disciplines relating to the study of English and Western European literature and languages, comparative literature, cinema studies, linguistics, and translation studies.
The Library acquires print and electronic research materials in these disciplinary areas; offers reference assistance in person, via email and through electronic chat; provides individual and group instruction; and engages in outreach to the local community.
The Library is located in rooms 225 and 200D (reference collection) and features two meeting rooms, three public computer terminals, and a number of tables and chairs for group and individual study, all conducive to scholarly inquiry, collaboration, and study.
The Library's rich collections are located in several places: Core collections are in the Literature and Languages Library, and the bulk of the collections are in the Main Stacks. Heavily used reference works are in the Main Reference Reading Room in 200 Main Library. Older and lesser used reference works are in the Retrospective Reference collection on the fifth floor of the Main Stacks. Older and lesser used items are in the Oak Street Storage Facility.