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NEW Linguistics Research Guide
Students and scholars in linguistics, foreign languages, and related fields will find that the Libraries new Linguistics research guide expresses their research needs quite clearly.
The research guide provides valuable links and listings for electronic resources (catalogs and indexes), Internet gateways, directories, and reference sources in print and online. The research guide also brings together links to other related research guides in the associated fields of African studies, anthropology, classics, French language and literature, German language and literature, and Latin American, Caribbean, Spanish, & Portuguese studies.
The research guide's particularly extensive coverage of print reference sources covers dictionaries & encyclopedias, language atlases, handbooks, print indexes, print bibliographies, current journals, and significant monograph series and conference proceedings available in the Rutgers University Libraries. Many of the listings in the print references section include brief descriptions, the date of publication, and the Libraries call number for the item. The current journals list comprises 60 journals available in the libraries, specifying their years of coverage, whether they are online or in print, and the library location for issues in print.
Users can access the
Linguistics subject research guide from the front page
of the Libraries website
by following the path:
Posted Augsut 16, 2004