Articles & Books searches much of the library's content in a single search. It's a great place to start!
The following databases focus on specific subject areas of interest to Linguistics. Some may use specialized terminology or offer advanced features not available in more comprehensive search tools, but they will identify only a subset of content that is available.
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.
All journals are listed in the UR Catalog. Search by journal title or subject. Try using any these subject terms in the catalog: linguistics periodicals, language and languages periodicals, language acquisition periodicals, computational linguistics periodicals, psycholinguistics periodicals, pragmatics periodicals, etc.
From the eJournals page, search/browse by title the subset of journals available online.
If you are looking for specific articles, use the Articles & Books search.
Review articles provide an overview to an area of research, identify who is working in that area, and cite relevant published work.
The atlas case is located on the back wall of the room adjacent to the Rhees Reference stacks.