Most of the political science materials will be located on the Mezzanine Level of Sycamore Library with the general call number range of J - JZ. However, some interdisciplinary topics may be located in Willis and older materials may be located off campus. It is recommended that you review the location of materials in the online catalog. If there is material you want that is currently checkout or is unavailable, we can order it through Interlibrary Loan. You may contact a librarian for assistance with locating and requesting materials.
Browsing the Online Catalog
Browsing the Catalog
You can perform a subject search in the , A Subject search is often a good starting point. Your results will display the number of titles we have under that general heading, and then under a series of sub-headings, which often focus on specific regions or related items. You can also perform keyword searches. The catalog will look for your search terms anywhere in the library item record (i.e. title, author, subject, notes), allowing you to perform a more targeted search.
When you have located the materials you are interested in, write down the call number and title and check the to find the book on the shelves or present it to a staff person at the Service Desk for help.
Browsing the Stacks
The Political Science books are located on the Mezzanine Level of the Sycamore Library in the J-JZ call number range.
J General Legislative & Executive Papers
JA Political Science (General)
JC Political Theory
JF Political Institutions & Public Administration
JJ Political Institutions & Public Administration (North America)
JK Political Institutions & Public Administration (United States)
JL Political Institutions & Public Administration (Canada, Latin America, etc)
JN Political Institutions & Public Administration (Europe)
JQ Political Institutions & Public Administration (Asia, Africa, Austrailia, Pacific Area, etc)
JS Local Government/ Municipal Government
JV Colonies & Colonization/ Emigration & Immigration/ International Migration
JZ International Relations