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New Books

A list of new acquisitions in English and American Literature and related fields.

New Books in Linguistics & Related Fields

A listing of recent acquisitions in Linguistics and related fields

Language & Literature Research at Rutgers

Rutgers University Libraries supports doctoral level programs in Education, English and American Literature, and Linguistics.  The major research library for all three of those fields is the Alexander Library on College Avenue in New Brunswick.  Most scholarly journals and many reference sources are now available online, and thus accessible from any Rutgers library.  And an increasing number of scholarly books are now available in digital format as well.

In addition, the Rutgers University Libraries also support the Writing Program, operating on all Rutgers campuses, the Graduate English Language Learner's Program (Grad ELL) and the Program in American Language Studies (PALS)--which is aimed at undergraduates.

Here are links to the various departments and programs mentioned above:

Rutgers University Libraries

Alexander Library

English Department

Graduate School of Education

Linguistics Department

Graduate English Language Learner's Program (Grad ELL)

Program in American Language Studies (PALS)

Writing Program


Subject Guide

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