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Library of Congress subject headings can be useful tools for identifying books on a particular topic. We recommend these for browsing Disability Studies topics:
Another effective way to browse books is by going directly to the shelves, or "the stacks," as librarians call them. To browse physical books in the PCL, we recommend starting with books cataloged in the HVs, on 4th Floor in Section S and the 5th floor in Sections J and K.
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