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For POLITICAL SCIENCE, browse the Reference Collection, located on the main floor of Hewes Library, in the J and K call numbers. Consult below for additional areas of interest.
|A||General works||PB-PH||Modern European Languages|
|B-BJ||Philosophy, Psychology||PG||Russian Literature|
|BL-BX||Religion||PJ-PM||Languages and Lit of Asia, Africa|
|C||Auxiliary Sciences of History||PN, PR, PS, PZ||General Literature|
|D||History: General and Old World||English and American Literature|
|E-F||History: America||PQ, part 1||French Literature|
|G||Geography, Anthropology||PQ, part 2||Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Lit|
|H||Social Science||PT, part 1||German Literature|
|J||Political Science||PT, part 2||Dutch and Scandinavian Lit|
|KD||Law of the United Kingdom/Ireland||Q||Science|
|KF||Law of the United States||R||Medicine|
|N||Fine Arts||U||Military Science|
|P-PA||General Philology and Linguistics||V||Naval Science|
|Classical Languages and Lit||Z||Bibliography, Library Science|
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