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This website is currently being updated to present the new services of the DFG-funded "Specialised Information Service Anglo-American Culture (FID AAC)" which has replaced the former "Special Subject Collections" focusing on Anglo-American culture and history on 1 January 2016. Please visit the website of Göttingen State and University Library for more information on the new FID! While the website is under construction, the search portal of the Library of Anglo-American Culture & History can be used as usual. New services and additional content will be addded over the next months to further support your academic work.

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The Library of Anglo-American Culture & History serves as a portal for the Special Subject Collections focusing on Anglo-American culture maintained by Göttingen State and University Library. Its metasearch engine includes the library’s catalogue, bibliographic databases, subject catalogues of scholarly websites and full-text databases. Clicking on a search result will either grant you direct access to a digital copy or give you the option to order the item via Subito or the interlibrary loan service of the Northern German library network (GBV) [more information]. The site also offers subject searches for Language & Literature and History, respectively.

New Acquisitions offers various options to stay informed about newly acquired books. Databases serves as a springboard to the most relevant subject databases.

The special subject collection on language & literature, history and politics of the Anglo-American area is operated by Göttingen State and University Library with funding by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The special subject collection North American Newspapers is operated by the library of the John F. Kennedy-Institute of the Free University of Berlin.

Further partners are Clio-Online and the German Information Network International Relations and Area Studies (for the database World Affairs Online).