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Linguistics: Intro for New Grad Students

This is the Linguistics subject guide


Here is some information to help new graduate students in the MIT Linguistics department navigate the Libraries and our linguistics collections.

Encylopedias and dictionaries

If you are looking to understand something more deeply, here are a number of online options for definitions and explanations.

Databases of e-books and e-journals

The following databases are our subscriptions to e-books and some e-journals in linguistics. Generally, it's better to search for these using Barton for books, and Vera for journals, which will also lead you directly to the item, but if you want to explore, here are some options.

Humanities and Digital Scholarship Librarian

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Ece Turnator
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Dewey Library E53 -168-C

A little bit more

Here are few other pieces of information that might help you navigate the Libraries.