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Comparative Literature: Home

This guide is designed to assist those researching comparative Literature

What is Comparative Literature?

Comparative Literature is the study of two or more literatures in comparison with one another. Research in this subject area often contains interdisciplinary aspects such as history, art, gender studies, economics, religion, and philosophy. 

The goal of this guide is to assist those who are pursuing research in comparative literature with navigating the multitude of sources that LSU Libraries has to offer on the topic. 

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Steps for Logging into the Libraries' website using your myLSU

1. Log into your myLSU

2. Scroll down and look on the left-hand side for the words, "Library Resources"

3. Select, "LSU Libraries Home Page"

Once you have clicked that link, you should be logged into all of the libraries resources. 

For difficulties using any of our resources, please contact the Research Help Desk

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