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Modern Language Association

Modern Language Association


Founded in 1883, the Modern Language Association and its 20,000+ members in more than 100 countries work to strengthen the study and teaching of languages and literature. To that end, we publish the MLA Handbook, the digital resource MLA Handbook Plus, and the MLA International Bibliography.


MLA International Bibliography Teaching Tools
MLA Handbook Plus New User Guide
MLA Handbook Plus Free Trial Announcement
What's New on MLA Handbook Plus
MLA Style 101: Video Course
2022-2023 New Titles Catalog


Angie Ecklund

Senior Thesaurus Editor and Educational Tech Producer

Angela Gibson

Director of Scholarly Communication

Gregory Grazevich

Associate Director, Bibliographic Information Services, and Editor, MLA International Bibliography