ProQuest databases can be searched at the same time by clicking on one of the ProQuest databases, then choosing "Change databses" from the menu along the top of the screen that opens.
EBSCO databases can be searched at the same time by clicking on one of the EBSCO databases, then clicking on "Choose Databases" above the search box at the top of the screen.
Other helpful databases:
See Databases for a complete list of library databases. The Browse by Subject section has more recommendations for Linguistics, as well as for Psychology, Brain & Cognitive Sciences, Sign Language & Deaf Studies, Sociology, Anthropology, and other disciplines.
Browse Comparative and Historical Linguistics journals using Browzine
Browse papers from historical linguistic conferences
Browse Anthropological Linguistics and Sociolinguistics journals using Browzine
Items pertaining to linguistics can be found in Library of Congress class P. Grammars and dictionaries are interspersed through much of the class according to their language. The below linked document outlines the subclasses in class P and can be of great help if you wish to browse the physical library collections.
Articles & Books searches many of the library's resources at once. This is a powerful, fast research tool!
Tip: When off-campus , log in with your NetID & password
Enter your keywords in the search box.
The atlas case is located on the back wall of the room adjacent to the Rhees Reference stacks.
These University of Rochester Libraries house materials useful for research in Linguistics.