Under "limit to discipline" select "Linguisics," and you'll search key linguistics journals. Most journals here go back to their very first issue, but most will not include their most recent 5 years' worth of issues in JSTOR.
This not only indexes articles, it also indexes all of their citations! Click on "cited reference search," fill in an author's last name and publication date, figure out which of the resulting list of citations match the work you're looking for, and then "finish search" to see who has cited that work.
To see who has cited an article or book recently, search for the article or book in Google Scholar. Then click the "Cited by" link under the appropriate result. You can then search within the list of works that cited your original work. Sometimes you will find free PDFs by clicking on the "all x versions" links as well. Here is a brief demonstration for you.
General reference and resource discovery tool that provides access to hundreds of subject encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographical information, images, bibliographies, and links to journal articles, books, and online sources.
Searches the indexes of our library's print reference books. When you find an entry you'd like to read, put the title of the reference work into Catalyst to find the book's location in the Reference Collection.
A consortium of North American universities, colleges, and independent research libraries. The collection contains over 5 million items in many languages and subjects, including foreign newspapers, dissertations, and microfilm. Materials may be borrowed through Interlibrary Loan.