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Linguistics: Books & E-books

How to Find a Book

Use the Library Catalogue to find books and eBooks.

Note the following:

  • Location: is the book in the Limerick or Thurles campus? Is it in the Main Library or the stores?
  • Shelfmark: where it is shelved - see the book's spine
  • Status: is it available or currently on loan. 
    Tip: if  a book is on loan you can reserve it using your library account

How to Search the Library catalogue

Languages & Literature E-books


Approaching language transfer through text classification - Crossley, Scott AJarvis, Scott

Bilingualism: basic principles Housen, AlexDewaele, Jean-MarcWei, Li

The bilingual text: theory of literary self-translation - Hokenson, JanMunson, Marcella

The blood brothers - Russell, Willy

Breaking the magic spell: radical theories of folk and fairy tales - Zipes, Jack

Changing methodologies in TESOL - Spiro, Jane

Cruel optimism - Berlant, Lauren Gail

Emily Bronte - Pykett, Lyn

ESOL provision in the UK and Ireland - Mishan, Freda, Ed.

European models of bilingual education - Beardsmore, Hugo Baetens

Fashion and narrative in Victorian popular literature: double threads - Seys, Madeleine C.

From Prosperity to Austerity: A socio- cultural critique of the Celtic Tiger and its aftermath - O'Brien, EugeneMaher, Eamon

Gothic - Botting, Fred

The handbook of Gothic Mulvey Roberts, Marie

The hard facts of the Grimms fairy tales - Tatar, Maria M

History of British literature on film - Semenza, Gregory M. ColónHasenfratz, Robert J.

Identities: sociolinguistic perspectives - Hickey, Raymond

Interaction in the language curriculum: awareness, autonomy and authenticity - Van Lier, Leo

Irish literature in translation, 1830-1880 - Campbell, Matthew

Irish Traveller language: an ethnographic and folk-linguistic exploration - Rieder, Maria

James Joyce, urban planning and Irish modernism: Dublins of the future - Lanigan, Liam

Language and literacy in the early years 0-7 - Whitehead, Marian R

Language conflict in Algeria: from colonialism to post-independence - Benrabah, Mohamed

Language teacher cognition: a sociocultural perspective - Li, Li

Language use and language learning in CLIL classrooms - Nikula, TarjaDalton-Puffer, ChristianeSmit, Ute

The literature of terror: volume 2 - Punter, David

Materials development for TESOL - Mishan, Freda, authorTimmis, Ivor

Metabiography: reflecting on biography - Dhúill, Catríona Ní

Mixed methods research for TESOL - Brown, James Dean

Motion and space across languages: theory and applications - Ibarretxe-Antuñano, Iraide, Ed.

New grub street - Gissing, George

New speakers of Irish in the global context: new revival? - O'Rourke, BernadetteWalsh, John

Overcoming challenges in Corpus Construction - Love, Robbie

Practice in TESOL - Farr, Fiona

Recalling the Celtic Tiger - Maher, Eamon, edLucey, Brian M., edO'Brien, Eugene, ed.

Routledge encyclopaedia of translation studies - Saldanha, Gabriela, Ed.Baker, Mona, Ed.

The Routledge handbook of English language and digital humanities - Adolphs, Svenja, Ed.Knight, Dawn, Ed.

Routledge handbook of psychoanalytic political theory - Stavrakakis, Yannis

Scaffolding language development in immersion and dual language classrooms - Tedick, Diane J.Lyster, Roy

Seamus Heaney As Aesthetic Thinker : A study of the prose - O'Brien, Eugene

The subject of anthropology: gender, symbolism and psychoanalysis - Moore, Henrietta L

Threshold modernism: new public women and the literary spaces of Imperial London - Evans, Elisabeth

The translator's invisibility: a history of translation - Venuti, Lawrence

Trauma and identity in contemporary Irish culture - Gallego, Melania

Winterwood - McCabe, Pat


MIC eBooks can be located through the Library catalogue.A Connect to E-Book link is provided to the eBook.

Shelf Marks

Linguistics books are held on shelf numbers: 

400 - 410

4 Hour Loan Collection

Books that are in high demand are located in the 4 Hour Loan Area located on the Ground Floor. Two 4hr items can be borrowed at a time.



Borrow them after 6 pm on a weekday and you can keep them until 10 am the following day. 

Borrow them after 2 pm on Saturday and you can keep them until Monday at 10 am.