Here you will find resources for Chinese, French, Latin, Spanish


Chinese American Museum: Major museum on the Chinese American experience based in Los Angeles, good place to begin looking at culture.

Chinese Association of Greater Detroit: Local organization in Detroit with information about events in the area as well as commentary. A site that contains a dictionary, English translations alongside the original Chinese of well known texts, link collections and vocabulary help.


French Culture: List of links put together by librarian with resources ranging from dictionaries to history to current events, the best place to start when researching a French topic.


Perseus Digital Library: Collection of online resources in Latin and Greek as well as translations, also has a powerful vocabulary tool that can help with difficult definitions as includes grammar. Comprehensive website about the Greek and Roman gods which cites where information comes from within the literature as well as images from art.


Infotrac Informe: Journal database in Spanish, good for in-depth information but the language level will be high.

National Museum of Anthropology: Based in Mexico City, this is the central museum for Mexican anthropological history, a good resource for art and cultural understanding of Aztec and Mayan cultures.

The Mesoamerica Center: Run by the University of Texas at Austin, this site contains information about art, archaeology and ways to study Mesoamerican culture.

The Prado: Major museum in Spain, a good place to go to get a sense of what Spanish European history looked like.

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Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Upper & Middle Schools [map]
1051 Oakland Avenue
Birmingham, MI 48009

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Fax: 248.203.7310

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