The Library has trial access to Brill’s Linguistic Bibliography Online until 14th February 2020.
This contains over 470,000 descriptions of publications about theoretical linguistics, with new records added every year. Publications indexed include books, book chapters, journal articles, theses, and primary sources such as corpora, in many languages. General and language-specific linguistics are covered, with a particular focus on endangered and lesser-studied languages.
You can search or browse it in various ways (such as by language, topic or location.) For full guidance, see the user guide.
Please note, as we have trial access only, you won’t be able to click through from a record (such as a journal article) on LBO to our own holdings.
As always, your feedback will be very welcome: you can either email it, or leave a comment on this blogpost. If you are off-campus, please login to RAS first of all, and then access Linguistic Bibliography Online from a browser within RAS.