Last Updated: Apr 1, 2014
Call Number: REF P371 .E83
Key source for finding how languages are related to other languages. Catalogs all known living languages. Online version
includes links to language resources.
The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics
Call Number: REF P29 .E48 2006
Signed articles with bibliographies. Many are illustrated. Volume 10 contains a glossary and an index.
The International Encyclopedia of Linguistics
Call Number: REF P29 .I58 2003
Signed articles, cross-referenced, with bibliographies and some illustrations.
The Blackwell Companion to Syntax
Call Number: Ref P291 .B53 2006
Comprehensive survey of the field of syntax as it has been studied for the last 40 years. Includes 77 case studies written up in detail by leading researchers in the field.
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