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Welcome to the MMLL Faculty Library!

 

Using the MMLL Library

We welcome all members of the University and the general public to the MMLL Library, to use our space and consult our material onsite. Only current members of the University are entitled to borrow from the MMLL Library.

The library staff are also available for remote support throughout the year, please email library@mmll.cam.ac.uk with your query or book a one-to-one appointment with your subject specialist.

 

One-to-one appointments

We offer one-to-one appointments for all your referencing queries and other library-related queries. Please book these at least 3 hours in advance to ensure we have a little time to prepare and ensure the appointment is as useful to you as possible.

 

Further information about available library services and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Read an overview of services offered at the University Library and across Cambridge University Libraries.

Please refer to the central University website which contains Coronavirus advice and guidance for staff and students.

 

 

Information about what we offer and how to get the best out of the Library.
 
All the rules about what you can borrow and for how long, in one easy place.
 

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A collection of useful guides about your subjects, iDiscover and university life.
 

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Find out who we are, what we can do for you and how to get in touch.
 

 

 

Library news

Carlos Fonseca awarded the 2024 Anna Seghers Prize for promising young writers

21 February 2024

The Faculty is delighted to congratulate Dr Fonseca - novelist, critic and Spanish lecturer - on the award for young Latin American writers.

Cambridge pioneer JB Trend's 'La civilización de España' published in Spain for the first time

18 January 2024

Trend helped organise the contingent of almost 4,000 Basque children who were shipped to England in 1937 after the bombing of Guernica.

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