Welcome to the Canadian Studies subject guide - your guide to using the library resources, services and facilities for your subject.
The Main Library holds the majority of books for Canadian Studies. Most of these books are on the 2nd floor or 3rd floor or in the HUB (High Use Book) Collection on the ground floor.
Canadian Studies crosses over with a range of subject areas but some of the most common shelfmarks for Canadian Studies start with:
|F||History of the Americas, including F1001-1145.2 History of Canada (British America).|
|JL||Political institutions and public administration (Canada, Latin America, etc.)|
|PR||English Literature, includes literature of the Commonwealth (starts around PR9000)|
|PS||American Literature, including PS8000 Canadian Literature (English) and PS9000 Canadian Literature (French)|
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The CRC are based on the 6th floor, Main Library.
'Edmonton, Alberta, [Canada] - Central'. Photograph of the central street through a residential district of Edmonton, Alberta, [Canada] in the early 20th century. Roslin Glass Slides (No. 2512). Shelfmark: GB 237 Coll-1434 (Box 36). © University of Edinburgh. See original image.