The majority of drama books are located on the 9th floor in the Dana Porter Library. Call numbers are assigned to books using the Library of Congress Classification system. Shelved in call number order, but at times can still be difficult to find. Students have found the Where Is It? resource a handy tool to find a books' location. Use the “call #” tab/search to find the exact book shelf. (Note: Print reference materials are located on the Main floor.)
This chart provides a general topic view with corresponding call number range.
|Drama (by century)||PN1821 - PN1861|
|Drama, Chorus (Greek Drama)||PA3136|
|Drama, Medieval||PN1751 - PN1771|
|Drama Collections||PN6110 - PN6120|
|Drama History & Criticism||PN1720 - PN1861|
|Drama Technique||PN1660 - PN1692|
Call numbers relate to books' locations on the shelves.
Books on speech communication topics are available within the Dana Porter Library.
Some topics are listed below with their and general call number ranges. For a comprehensive review of your topic, be sure to search the library catalogue.
|Topic / keyword||Call number range(s)||Location|
|HD30.3 & HM131||8th Floor|
|Group communication||HM133 & HM711-806||8th Floor|
|Intercultural communication||HM258 & HM1211||8th Floor|
|Interpersonal communication||HM1106-1171||8th Floor|
|Gender & communication||P96-||9th Floor|
|Public speaking||PN4121||9th Floor|
Reference materials on the same topics may also be available in the the Library's reference collection on the main floor under the same call number ranges.