ENGL 4150: Studies in Caribbean Literature: History and Memory is a study of literature from the English-speaking Caribbean, written in English and Caribbean mother tongues, and including literature in translation from the French and Spanish-Speaking Caribbean regions.
Background Image: Caribbean Map via Wikimedia Commons
See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Requesting Books & Articles via InterLibrary Loan
Interlibrary Loan -- allows authorized users to obtain borrowed or copied materials not available in the Middle Georgia State Library collections. Books not available in USG libraries and journal articles are requested for you by our interlibrary loan personnel. Please note: textbooks cannot be ordered through interlibrary loan.
The purpose of the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service is to provide access to materials (books and journal articles) that are not found in the Middle Georgia State University Library or through GIL Express. Current Middle Georgia State University faculty, staff, and students, as well as retired faculty, may use this service. Patrons not currently affiliated with Middle Georgia State University are not eligible.
The books below can be requested via InterLibrary Loan.
478-471-2709 for the Macon campus library | 478-934-3179 for the Roberts Memorial Library at the Cochran campus | 478-275-6772 for the Dublin campus library
478-374-6833 for the Eastman campus library | 478-929-6804 for the Warner Robins campus library | On the Go? Text-A-Librarian: 478-285-4898
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