Linguistics *: Find Books

This guide is for faculty, graduate, and undergraduate research in linguistics

Book Search

When searching the Libraries' catalog for concepts that have meanings in other disciplines - such as “cohesion,” “hierarchy,” or “redundancy,” try using the Advanced Search and searching for the concept preceded by the word “Linguistics.”

Locating Books

Most books on linguistics will be found in the stacks in Doheny Memorial Library. Stack maps are available at the Circulation and Reference desks.Many older materials are kept in our off-campus facility, the Grand Avenue Library, and must be paged through the Libraries' online catalog.

For a map of the campus libraries, click here and then choose Libraries on the left.

Helping to Develop Our Collections

USC Libraries welcome the collaboration of disciplinary faculty in helping to build our physical and electronic collections.

IDD (Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery)

Can't find what you're looking for?

Interlibrary loan (ILL) obtains articles, book chapters, and other documents from resources not owned or otherwise unavailable from USC. Document Delivery provides articles, book chapters, and other documents that are owned by USC, scanned and delivered to you via a link in an email.

Average turnaround time for article requests is 24-48 hours.

Average turnaround time for book or other physical item requests is 3-5 days.