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ENGL/LING 200 Harmon: Find Books

A guide to library resources for the study of linguistics.

E-books

EBSCO Academic ebooks 

70,000 full-text ebooks on academic subjects from business to science and engineering to the humanities.  Linguistics titles include The Linguistics Enterprise: From Knowledge of Language to Knowledge in Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics: A Short Introduction, Linguistic Landscape: A New Approach to Multilingualism, Linguistic Philosophy: The Central Story among others.

Browsing Books

Want to browse areas of our book collection that deal with Language and Linguistics? Check out the following call number ranges for Language Families

P - Philology, Linguistics

PA - Greek language and literature. Latin language and literature

PB - Modern languages. Celtic languages

PC - Romanic languages

PD - Germanic languages. Scandinavian languages

PE - English language

PF - West Germanic languages

PG - Slavic languages. Baltic languages. Albanian language

PH - Uralic languages. Basque language

PJ - Oriental languages and literatures

PK - Indo-Iranian languages and literatures

PL - Languages and literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania

PM - Hyperborean, Indian, and artificial languages

 

 

Suggested Books

Reference Books

Reference sources (encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs, atlases) are a good place to begin your research, as they provide concise introductions to topics and often cite longer, more authoritative research works on the topic. Use them to:

  • explore topics for research
  • get background information
  • explain unfamiliar ideas

Tip: keep an eye out for important words and phrases to try in your keyword searches.

Suggested References Sources