Looking for a book on the shelves? Search through Scout or directly through the libraries' catalog to browse print holdings.
Each record of a book will have a call number that corresponds to the book's location in Gorgas, McLure, Rodgers, Bruno, Hoole, or the Annex.
P87-96 Comm. Mass media
P94.7 Interpersonal comm.
P95-95.6 Oral communication. Speech
P98-98.5 Computational linguistics;
Nat. lang. processing
P99.5-99.6 Nonverbal communication
P101-410 Lang. Ling theory;
P118-118.7 Language acquisition
P121-149 Science of language
P201-299 Comparative grammar
P215-240 Phonetics and Phonology
P301-301.5 Style. Composition. Rhetoric
P302-302.87 Discourse analysis
P306-310 Translating and interpreting
P331-365.5 Comparative lexicography
P368 Standard language
P375-381 Linguistic geography
P501-675 Indo-European philology
P901-1091 Extinct ancient
and medieval languages
Call numbers outside the P range
PA Classical languages (Latin and Greek)
PC Romance languages
PD Germanic languages
PE English language
PG Slavic languages
PJ Arabic, Hebrew, Semitic, East Asian
PK Indo-Iranian languages and literatures
PL Turkic, and Asian languages
PM Native American languages
This video demonstrates how to use our Interlibrary Loan service when you need a book that is not in our collection, or an article from a journal we don't subscribe to.
The library provides access to thousands of electronic books in every discipline and subject area. There are multiple ways to view an e-book. You can access e-books via PDF or e-pub format in your web browser. Or you can check them out by downloading them to your computer or mobile device for offline access.
You can also view e-books through various content providers below.