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Subject Guides

Looking for the best to place to begin your research on a topic?

The Library Subject Guides listed below will direct you to key databases, reference sources, web sources and research and citation guides for each subject area taught at Mount Allison.

Librarians & Archivist

By your subject librarian: email, phone or "Request appointment"

  Anne LePage | 506-364-2691
Religious Studies | Philosophy | Japanese and Spanish Language & Literature

  Christine LeBlanc | 506-364-2386 | Request appointment
Canadian Studies | French Language & Literature | German Literature | History | Indigenous Studies | Linguistics | Military & Naval Sciences | Rare Books & Special Collections | Women's & Gender Studies

  David Mawhinney | 506-364-2563 
University Archives: Mount Allison historical records, selected local community records  

  Elizabeth Millar | 506-364-2386
(on sabbatical leave until July 1, 2023)

  Elizabeth Stregger | 506-364-2610 | Request appointment
Data and Digital Services | Health Studies | Science of Aviation 

  Gavin Goodwin | 506-364-2561 | Request appointment
Music | Fine Arts | English | Drama & Screen Studies | Classics | Visual & Material Culture | Museum & Curatorial Studies

  Jeff Lilburn | 506-364-2237
(on leave) 

  Laura Landon | 506-364-2572 | Request appointment
Commerce | Business of Aviation | Economics | Environmental Studies | Geography | Government Information | Politics & International Relations | Law | Sociology

  Steve Geier 
Science Consultations (by appointment)

Want to know more about the Library of Congress Classification System? See the Understanding Call Numbers section of the Research Tips page.