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ARTH 549: 20th Century Chinese Art (Dr. Wangwright, Fall 2021)

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Library of Congress Call Numbers

Books are arranged by Library of Congress Call Numbers which is a subject based classification system.  The call number provides an indication of the subject matter as well as telling you where the book can be found on the shelf. Here is an overview of the Library of Congress call numbers for art:

  • N         Visual arts (Level 3)
  • NA       Architecture (Level 3)
  • NB       Sculpture (Level 3)
  • NC       Drawing. Design. Illustration (Level 3)
  • ND      Painting (Level 3)
  • NE      Print media (Level 3)
  • NK      Decorative arts (Level 3)
  • NX      Arts in general (Level 3)
  • TR      Photography (Level 4)

When you find a book take note of the call number and go to the level and call number area in order to locate the book. Take time to browse the shelves as books on the same topic are often shelved together.  You just might find additional books of interest!