Religion, BL-BX by Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division.

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  • Classification -- Books -- Religion.,
  • Classification -- Books -- Religions.,
  • Classification -- Books -- Theology.,
  • Classification, Library of Congress.

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Statementedited by James Larrabee.
SeriesLC cumulative classification series
ContributionsLarrabee, James.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ696.U5B2 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. in 3 (loose-leaf) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3026454M
ISBN 100933949111, 093394912X, 0933949138
LC Control Number85006863

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Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion (Go to start of category) BL-BX: Religion Religion to BL-BX book of category) BL: Religion: General, Miscellaneous, and Atheism (Go to start of category) BL1.M The Mountain Path (partial serial archives) BL1.O The Open Court (full serial archives) BLH5.

BL Religion (General) Religion Philosophy of religion. Psychology of religion. Religion in relation to other subjects BL Sacred books (General) BL Biography BL BL-BX book of the world BL Natural theology BL General BL Theism BL Nature and attributes of Deity BL Polytheism BL DualismFile Size: KB.

Books on Religion and Mythology (Call #s BL-BX) that may be checked out of the Library are on the 2nd nce Books (main/1st floor) are in ROW 2 and are the Stacks: Find a useful book in the stacks?Browse in that area to discover other books that might be : Patricia Mardeusz.

Find a book related to your topic. Religion on the title, then browse the Subjects links included in the record to “find more like this one”. Once you click on a Subjects link, you will be taken to a list of all the items in the catalog that share that subject : Beth Carpenter.

Book Title: Atheist secularism and its discontents: a comparative study of religion and communism in Eurasia Book Author(s): edited by Tam T.T.

Ngo and Justine B. Quijada Call Number: HXA84 Religion (Classes BL through BX) Contents. Scope. Research Strengths. III. Collecting Policy.

Acquisition Sources: Current and Future V. Collecting Levels. Scope. Materials covered by this statement comprise the collections in class BL-BX. While the General. Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion (Go to start Religion category) BL-BX: Religion (Go to start of category) BL: Religion: General, Miscellaneous, and Atheism (Go to start of category) BLR3 W4: We Become Atheists, BL-BX book Gora (HTML at Wayback Machine) BM: Judaism (Go to start of category) (Jewish Bibles and biblical commentary can be found.

Get this from a library. Classification. Class B, part II, BL-BX: Religion. [Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division.; Gale Research Company.].

Get this from a library. Classification. Class B, part II, BL-BX, Religion. [Clarence W Perley; Library of Congress. Classification Division.]. Library of Congress, CLASSIFICATION SCHEDULES: A Cumulation of Additions and Changes through ; CLASS B: Philosophy and Religion: Part II, BL-BX: RELIGION.

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Reference Ebook Shelf: BL - BX: Religion Browse selected ebook encyclopedias, dictionaries and handbooks by subject classification as you would the print books on s.

About. Good luck to the person browsing the call numbers for religion (BL–BX), folklore (GR), literature (P–PZ), or art (N–NX), especially in a very large academic library where tens of thousands of books are shelved in each of these broad call number categories and where various call numbers may be scattered among multiple library buildings.

Call number: Item: B: Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion (Go to start of category): BL-BX: Religion (Go BL-BX book start of category): BR: Christianity (General) (Go to start of category) BR1: Trinity Seminary Review (with other TLS publications) (partial serial archives): BR1.A4: The BL-BX book Journal of Theology (full serial archives): BR1.C Try this book for a good place to start when doing research on Thailand.

Be certain to read the Introduction to the Bibliography (pages ) and see the bibliography that follows (pages ): Historical Dictionary of Thailand (3rd Edition) by Gerald W. Fry Lanham:. You will find books on religions in the BL - BX call number area, books on customs in the GT area, and books on food in the TX ’s.

GENERAL BOOKS ABOUT FOOD CULTURE AND RELIGION Ref BL E46 v.5, v The Encyclopedia of Religion, V.5 pp v. 15 (Search Index for religion names).

The Classification of Theological Books tions of their subjects. Philosophy, history, social sciences, music, and many of the language and literature sections are outstanding. The religion schedule (BL-BX) is not one of its best. Although it is kept up-to-date, the BL-BX schedules have not been.

Browsing Religion Books in Geisel Library The books in Geisel Library are arranged by a system called Library of Congress Classification. The letters and numbers ("call numbers") on the label applied to the spine of each book represent this : Michael Smith.

Books are organized by subject using the Library of Congress Classification system (LCC). The B section is designated for philosophy, psychology, and - BX are specific to following table gives more details about how books are organized in the BL-BX sections.

Religion Beth Bidlack December //rev March Brief overview of the collection. History: Religious studies was a core component of the original library of the University of Chicago, which included the Berlin Collection (57, volumes dissertations, or 96, volumes in all) and the Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg Collection, as well as the library of the Baptist Union.

Books on Religion in State University Libraries Despite the desirability of keeping Church and State apart, books on religion do have an appropriate place in state university libraries. Such book selection policies as exist for tax-supported institutions allow the BL-BX section for religion, and that in.

Books in the Library are arranged by call number. The call number is located on the spine of the book and is unique to each book, like an address. Call numbers are organized alphabetically by subject matter and then numerically (i.e. CBC which denotes the subjects: Civilization -- Philosophy, Human evolution., World history.).

The. Library of Congress call numbers for Religion are BL-BX (located on the third floor). BL: Philosophy of religion and World religions BL Hinduism BL Chinese religion, Confucianism and Taoism BL Japanese religion, Shinto BM: Judaism BP: Islam BQ: Buddhism BR: Christianity BS: Biblical Studies BT-BV: Christian theology BX: Christian.

Found the book you want in the catalog, but don't know how to find it in the library. Here are some tips for locating books in the library: Maps of the Library show detailed maps of materials, study spaces, offices, and more that can be found in the library.

BL-BX religion. Library Map and Directory For direction to the library and around campus click here Location and Directions Main Floor Front Desk Check Out Reserves Resea. Religion Research Guide. Information related to COVID All Princeton University Library locations will be CLOSED Monday March, 16 and Tuesday, March 17 while systems for providing essential services are developed.

Princeton University is actively monitoring the situation around coronavirus (COVID) and the evolving guidance from government and health authorities, in Author: Wayne Bivens-Tatum.

B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion BF Psychology BL-BX Religion C Auxiliary Sciences Of History D History (Except America) DA Great Britain DC France DD Germany DP Spain - Portugal DS Asia E History: America E United States E African Americans F History: America F United States Local History F MississippiFile Size: KB.

The Library of Congress Classification arranges materials by subjects. The first sections of the call number represent the subject of the book. The letter-and-decimal section of the call number often represents the author's last name.

And, as you recall, the last section of a call number is often the date of publication. example. Call Numbers Starting With BL-BX BL-BX Religion BL Religion: General, Miscellaneous, and Atheism World Scripture: A Comparative Anthology of Sacred Texts, ed.

by Andrew Wilson HTML at HTML at Concise Dictionary of Religion by Irving Hexham (HTML at Calgary) The Mystical Chorus: Jung and the Religious Dimension by. Book Title: Uncensored War: The Media and Vietnam. Author: Daniel C. Hallin Call Number: DSH35 The first two lines describe the subject of the book.

DS = Vietnamese Conflict. The third line often represents the author's last name. H = Hallin Author: John Miers. Almost everything acquired for religion is maintained in Baker Berry Library, and almost all of it falls into the Library of Congress BL to BX classification.

The majority of holdings from pre is in the Dartmouth Classification R-RZ and is in the Library Depository. These are selected recent acquisitions of St. Mary's University Blume Library arranged by call number. Click on a book cover for more information from Google Books.

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Library of Congress Subject Classification. Classification numbers generally represent the most common aspect of a subject; different aspects may be classified under different : Deborah George. Library of Congress call numbers for Religion are BL-BX (located on the third floor) BL: Philosophy of religion and World religions.

BL Hinduism. BL Chinese religion, Confucianism and Taoism. BL Japanese religion, Shinto. BM: Judaism. BP: Islam. BQ: Buddhism.

BR: Christianity. BS: Biblical Studies. BT-BV. The Library of Congress classification range BL-BX deals exclusively with the overall subject of Religion, whether in the Reference Collection on the 2nd floor or in the General Collection on the 1st floor of Park : Rob Faleer.

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You can find a book without knowing this information, since you have the catalog to help you. However, it can be helpful to know the call number range of a subject area you use often.

A - General Works B - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion BC Logic BF Psychology BJ Ethics BL-BX Religion C - Auxilary Sciences of HistoryAuthor: Amelia Koford.

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JohnsonAuthor: Patrick Mullane.This set of pages has information on how to do library research. In all cases, once you have located sources, be sure to evaluate them, using the evaluation guides. Learn how to find a book in Library of Congress Classification and in SuDocs (government publications).Subject Guide: Religious Studies — World Religions.

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