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The resources on this pages will help you:

  • Formulate a search on your topic
  • Find articles in the library databases
  • Find books in the library catalog
  • Search for resources on the web
  • Evaluate the sources you have found
  • Cite your sources properly
  • Log in from off-campus
  • Get additional help

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Welcome! This research guide was created for students in Professor Trickel's course Introduction to Linguistics (Anthro 201 / Lin201).


You have been assigned a research project that requires locating authoritiative information sources and and writing about a topic related to linguistics.

This guide is a customized resource for this particular course and assignment.

If you have any questions or trouble feel free to contact me in person, through the library's virtual services, or via your course shell in BlackBoard.

Genealogical Tree of Dead and Living Languages

Source: Gallet, Felix. "Arbre Genealogique des Langues mortes at vivantes (Genealogical Tree of Dead and Living Languages)." [graphic]. c 1800. Phylonetworks, 12 Nov. 2012, http://phylonetworks.blogspot.com/2012/11/an-early-tree-of-languages.html. Accessed 17 April 2019.

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Yvonne Rode
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