Welcome to the Fachinformationsdienst (FID) or Specialized Information Service (SIS) Anglo-American Culture! If you are Germany-based scholar or student in the fields of
- American Studies
- Australian & New Zealand Studies
- Canadian Studies
- English / British & Irish Studies
and conduct research in one of its many sub-fields, such as cultural studies, English language teaching, gender studies, geography, history, law, linguistics, literary studies, media studies, medieval studies, political science, postcolonial studies and social sciences, we are at your service.
We, as the Library of Anglo-American Culture & History (Library AAC), provide literature, information, and traditional scholarly resources to scholars but also offer publication and self-archiving services with the repository “The Stacks”:
The Library AAC:
- collects specialized literature, comics, graphic novels, and TV series.
- provides access to resources you need—digitally or via interlibrary loan.
- licenses research databases on demand.
- offers digitisation on demand.
- offers workshops and practical tips on the topics related to our services.
With “The Stacks”
- you can publish your articles, book contributions, monographs, and reviews in Green Open Access.
- you can archive calls for papers, conference programmes, conference papers and reports, talks and lectures.
- you can share your course descriptions and syllabi.
Please contact us with your requests, suggestions, and publication lists under email@example.com.
If you need specialist literature, primary sources, or other materials not available via the established German document delivery services, send us your requests! Explore the holdings of Göttingen State and University Library and the Library of the John-F.-Kennedy-Institute at the Freie Universität Berlin, search literature and sources, consult our search tips or reuse them for teaching.
The FID Anglo-American Culture is a cooperation between SUB Göttingen and the JFKI Library. Currently, we are funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).