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Linguistics: Introduction

LIbrary research guide with links and information for linguistics research.

About this Guide

Alexander Library houses Rutgers University's principal collection in Linguistics, along with the major collections on the English Language and individual foreign languages. The Library of Science and Medicine (LSM) on the Busch Campus has extensive collections in the broader area of the Cognitive Sciences, to which the field of Linguistics has many ties. This guide provides an introduction to research in Linguistics, providing an overview of the key bibliographic sources, basic reference works, and important web sites.

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New Brunswick, NJ 08901
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