When searching for journal articles by keyword you can increase the relevancy of your results by including additional words connected to your search.
As well as the individual subject resources listed on this page, which we have picked out for you, here is a full list of all our electronic resources organized by name.
Summon searches across all our print books and journals, the majority of our electronic journals, our ebooks and a number of our databases. When you enter a search in Summon you will get references to books, journal articles, newspapers and more.
These resources all contain material related to the subject of linguistics. You may prefer to search across many of our them in one go (using Summon above). Using these individual eresources can take more time, but will also provide a more focused set of results on your chosen subject.
These websites contain material related to the subject of linguistics.
Literature Online (LION) provides access on and off campus to over 270,000 articles and thousands of full text literary works - just what you need for your assignments!
Early English Books Online (EEBO) provides access to over 135,000 books and documents published between 1470 and 1700. It is a useful resource for those studying Shakespeare, Milton, Dryden or the English Renaissance.