CLASSIFICATION SCHEME


 

XJTLU library uses Library of Congress Classification (LCC) to classify our books.

 

Letter

Subject Area

A

General Works

B

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion

C

Auxiliary Sciences of History

D

General and Old World History

E

History of America

F

History of the United States and British, Dutch, French, and Latin America

G

Geography, Anthropology, and Recreation

H

Social Sciences

J

Political Science

K

Law

L

Education

M

Music

N

Fine Arts

P

Language and Literature

Q

Science

R

Medicine

S

Agriculture

T

Technology

U

Military Science

V

Naval Science

Z

Bibliography, Library Science, and General Information Resources

 

Class A – General Works

  • SubClass AC – Collections. Series. Collected works
  • SubClass AE – Encyclopedias
  • SubClass AG – Dictionaries and other general reference works
  • SubClass AI – Indexes
  • SubClass AM – Museums. Collectors and collecting
  • SubClass AN – Newspapers
  • SubClass AP – Periodicals
  • SubClass AS – Academies and learned societies
  • SubClass AY – Yearbooks. Almanacs. Directories
  • SubClass AZ – History of scholarship and learning. The humanities
 

Class B – Philosophy, Psychology, Religion

  • SubClass B – Philosophy (General)
  • SubClass BC – Logic
  • SubClass BD – Speculative philosophy
  • SubClass BF – Psychology
  • SubClass BH – Aesthetics
  • SubClass BJ – Ethics
  • SubClass BL – Religions. Mythology. Rationalism
  • SubClass BM – Judaism
  • SubClass BP – Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc.
  • SubClass BQ – Buddhism
  • SubClass BR – Christianity
  • SubClass BS – The Bible
  • SubClass BT – Doctrinal Theology
  • SubClass BV – Practical Theology
  • SubClass BX – Christian Denominations
 

Class C – Auxiliary Sciences of History (General)

  • SubClass CB – History of Civilization
  • SubClass CC – Archaeology
  • SubClass CD – Diplomatics. Archives. Seals
  • SubClass CE – Technical Chronology. Calendar
  • SubClass CJ – Numismatics
  • SubClass CN – Inscriptions. Epigraphy
  • SubClass CR – Heraldry
  • SubClass CS – Genealogy
  • SubClass CT – Biography
 

Class D – World History (except American History)

  • SubClass D – History (General)
  • SubClass DA – Great Britain
  • SubClass DAW – Central Europe
  • SubClass DB – Austria – Liechtenstein – Hungary – Czechoslovakia
  • SubClass DC – France – Andorra – Monaco
  • SubClass DD – Germany
  • SubClass DE – Greco-Roman World
  • SubClass DF – Greece
  • SubClass DG – Italy – Malta
  • SubClass DH – Low Countries – Benelux Countries
  • SubClass DJ – Netherlands (Holland)
  • SubClass DJK – Eastern Europe (General)
  • SubClass DK – Russia. Soviet Union. Former Soviet Republics – Poland
  • SubClass DL – Northern Europe. Scandinavia
  • SubClass DP – Spain – Portugal
  • SubClass DQ – Switzerland
  • SubClass DR – Balkan Peninsula
  • SubClass DS – Asia
  • SubClass DT – Africa
  • SubClass DU – Oceania (South Seas)
  • SubClass DX – History of the Romani people
 

Class E – American History

 

Class F – Local History of the United States and British, Dutch, French, and Latin America

 

Class G – Geography, Anthropology, Recreation

  • SubClass G – Geography (General). Atlases. Maps
  • SubClass GA – Mathematical geography. Cartography
  • SubClass GB – Physical geography
  • SubClass GC – Oceanography
  • SubClass GE – Environmental Sciences
  • SubClass GF – Human ecology. Anthropogeography
  • SubClass GN – Anthropology
  • SubClass GR – Folklore
  • SubClass GT – Manners and customs (General)
  • SubClass GV – Recreation. Leisure
 

Class H – Social Sciences

  • SubClass H – Social sciences (General)
  • SubClass HA – Statistics
  • SubClass HB – Economic theory. Demography
  • SubClass HC – Economic history and conditions
  • SubClass HD – Industries. Land use. Labor
  • SubClass HE – Transportation and communications
  • SubClass HF – Commerce
  • SubClass HG – Finance
  • SubClass HJ – Public finance
  • SubClass HM – Sociology (General)
  • SubClass HN – Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
  • SubClass HQ – The family. Marriage, Women and Sexuality
  • SubClass HS – Societies: secret, benevolent, etc.
  • SubClass HT – Communities. CLASSes. Races
  • SubClass HV – Social pathology. Social and public welfare. Criminology
  • SubClass HX – Socialism. Communism. Anarchism
 

Class J – Political Science

  • SubClass J – General legislative and executive papers
  • SubClass JA – Political science (General)
  • SubClass JC – Political theory
  • SubClass JF – Political institutions and public administration
  • SubClass JJ – Political institutions and public administration (North America)
  • SubClass JK – Political institutions and public administration (United States)
  • SubClass JL – Political institutions and public administration (Canada, Latin America, etc.)
  • SubClass JN – Political institutions and public administration (Europe)
  • SubClass JQ – Political institutions and public administration (Asia, Africa, Australia, Pacific Area, etc.)
  • SubClass JS – Local government. Municipal government
  • SubClass JV – Colonies and colonization. Emigration and immigration. International migration
  • SubClass JX – International law, see JZ and KZ (obsolete)
  • SubClass JZ – International relations
 

Class K – Law

  • SubClass K – Law in general. Comparative and uniform law. Jurisprudence
  • SubClass KB – Religious law in general. Comparative religious law. Jurisprudence
  • SubClass KBM – Jewish law
  • SubClass KBP – Islamic law
  • SubClass KBR – History of canon law
  • SubClass KBS – Canon law of Eastern churches
  • SubClass KBT – Canon law of Eastern Rite Churches in Communion with the Holy See of Rome
  • SubClass KBU – Law of the Roman Catholic Church. The Holy See
  • SubClasses – KD/KDK - United Kingdom and Ireland
  • SubClass KDZ – America. North America
  • SubClass KE – Canada
  • SubClass KF – United States
  • SubClass KG – Latin America – Mexico and Central America – West Indies. Caribbean area
  • SubClass KH – South America
  • SubClasses KJ-KKZ – Europe
  • SubClasses KL-KWX – Asia and Eurasia, Africa, Pacific Area, and Antarctica
  • SubClass KU/KUQ - Law of Australia and New Zealand
  • SubClass KZ – Law of nations
 

Class L – Education

  • SubClass L – Education (General)
  • SubClass LA – History of education
  • SubClass LB – Theory and practice of education
  • SubClass LC – Special aspects of education
  • SubClass LD – Individual institutions – United States
  • SubClass LE – Individual institutions – America (except United States)
  • SubClass LF – Individual institutions – Europe
  • SubClass LG – Individual institutions – Asia, Africa, Indian Ocean islands, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands
  • SubClass LH – College and school magazines and papers
  • SubClass LJ – Student fraternities and societies, United States
  • SubClass LT – Textbooks
 

Class M – Music

  • SubClass M – Music
  • SubClass ML – Literature on music
  • SubClass MT – Instruction and study
 

Class N – Fine Arts

  • SubClass N – Visual arts
  • SubClass NA – Architecture
  • SubClass NB – Sculpture
  • SubClass NC – Drawing. Design. Illustration
  • SubClass ND – Painting
  • SubClass NE – Print media
  • SubClass NK – Decorative arts
  • SubClass NX – Arts in general
 

Class P – Language and Literature

  • SubClass P – Philology. Linguistics
  • SubClass PA – Greek language and literature. Latin language and literature
  • SubClass PB – Modern languages. Celtic languages and literature
  • SubClass PC – Romanic languages
  • SubClass PD – Germanic languages. Scandinavian languages
  • SubClass PE – English language
  • SubClass PF – West Germanic languages
  • SubClass PG – Slavic languages and literatures. Baltic languages. Albanian language
  • SubClass PH – Uralic languages. Basque language
  • SubClass PJ – Oriental languages and literatures
  • SubClass PK – Indo-Iranian languages and literatures
  • SubClass PL – Languages and literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania
  • SubClass PM – Hyperborean, Native American, and artificial languages
  • SubClass PN – Literature (General)
  • SubClass PQ – French literature – Italian literature – Spanish literature – Portuguese literature
  • SubClass PR – English literature
  • SubClass PS – American literature
  • SubClass PT – German literature – Dutch literature – Flemish literature since 1830 – Afrikaans literature -Scandinavian literature – Old Norse literature: Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian – Modern Icelandic literature – Faroese literature – Danish literature – Norwegian literature – Swedish literature
  • SubClass PZ – Fiction and juvenile belles lettres
 

Class Q – Science

  • SubClass Q – Science (General)
  • SubClass QA – Mathematics
  • SubClass QB – Astronomy
  • SubClass QC – Physics
  • SubClass QD – Chemistry
  • SubClass QE – Geology
  • SubClass QH – Natural history – Biology
  • SubClass QK – Botany
  • SubClass QL – Zoology
  • SubClass QM – Human anatomy
  • SubClass QP – Physiology
  • SubClass QR – Microbiology
 

Class R – Medicine

  • SubClass R – Medicine (General)
  • SubClass RA – Public aspects of medicine
  • SubClass RB – Pathology
  • SubClass RC – Internal medicine
  • SubClass RD – Surgery
  • SubClass RE – Ophthalmology
  • SubClass RF – Otorhinolaryngology
  • SubClass RG – Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • SubClass RJ – Pediatrics
  • SubClass RK – Dentistry
  • SubClass RL – Dermatology
  • SubClass RM – Therapeutics. Pharmacology
  • SubClass RS – Pharmacy and materia medica
  • SubClass RT – Nursing
  • SubClass RV – Botanic, Thomsonian, and Eclectic medicine
  • SubClass RX – Homeopathy
  • SubClass RZ – Other systems of medicine
 

Class S – Agriculture

  • SubClass S – Agriculture (General)
  • SubClass SB – Horticulture. Plant propagation. Plant breeding
  • SubClass SD – Forestry. Arboriculture. Silviculture
  • SubClass SF – Animal husbandry. Animal science
  • SubClass SH – Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling
  • SubClass SK – Hunting
 

Class T – Technology

  • SubClass T – Technology (General)
  • SubClass TA – Engineering Civil engineering (General).
  • SubClass TC – Hydraulic engineering. Ocean engineering
  • SubClass TD – Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering
  • SubClass TE – Highway engineering. Roads and pavements
  • SubClass TF – Railroad engineering and operation
  • SubClass TG – Bridges
  • SubClass TH – Building construction
  • SubClass TJ – Mechanical engineering and machinery
  • SubClass TK – Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering
  • SubClass TL – Motor vehicles. Aeronautics. Astronautics
  • SubClass TN – Mining engineering. Metallurgy
  • SubClass TP – Chemical technology
  • SubClass TR – Photography
  • SubClass TS – Manufacturing engineering. Mass production
  • SubClass TT – Handicrafts. Arts and crafts
  • SubClass TX – Home economics
 

Class U – Military Science

  • SubClass U – Military science (General)
  • SubClass UA – Armies: Organization, distribution, military situation
  • SubClass UB – Military administration
  • SubClass UC – Military maintenance and transportation
  • SubClass UD – Infantry
  • SubClass UE – Cavalry. Armor
  • SubClass UF – Artillery
  • SubClass UG – Military engineering. Air forces
  • SubClass UH – Other military services
 

Class V – Naval Science

  • SubClass V – Naval science (General)
  • SubClass VA – Navies: Organization, distribution, naval situation
  • SubClass VB – Naval administration
  • SubClass VC – Naval maintenance
  • SubClass VD – Naval seamen
  • SubClass VE – Marines
  • SubClass VF – Naval ordnance
  • SubClass VG – Minor services of navies
  • SubClass VK – Navigation. Merchant marine
  • SubClass VM – Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering
 

Class Z – Bibliography, Library Science

  • SubClass Z – Books (General). Writing. Paleography. Book industries and trade. Libraries. Bibliography
  • SubClass ZA – Information resources/materials