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									                              Speech & Debate
    HAMPTON UNIVERSITY: HARVEY LIBRARY
Harvey Library maintains a collection of resources to support Hampton University’s General
Education curriculum, including courses in Speech and Mass Media Arts. This guide outlines
many, but not all, such resources. Researchers may use the online catalog (HU WebCat) to
find additional materials or may ask a Reference Librarian for further assistance.

As resources are located throughout the library, the location of specific items is indicated by the
notation preceding its call number. The following chart outlines the location codes for items in
Harvey Library and Hampton University’s satellite libraries.

   Ref                                    Reference Collection                          First Floor
   Ref Desk                               Ask for items at the Reference Desk           First Floor
   New                                    New Book Shelf                                First Floor
   Period                                 Periodicals Department                        Second Floor
   Gov Docs                               Government Documents Collection               Third Floor
   Peab                                   Peabody Collection                            Third Floor
   Stx                                    Stacks / Main Collection                      Fourth Floor
   Nurs                                   Nursing Library                               Freeman Hall
   Arch                                   Architecture Library                          Bemis Hall
   Music                                  Music Library                                 Armstrong Hall

                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS

   Encyclopedias                                              Proverbs
   Indexes & Abstracts                                        Public Speaking
   Library of Congress Classification                         Quotations & Thoughts
   Library of Congress Subject Headings                       Speech & Communication
   Online Databases                                           Speeches in History
   Periodicals                                                Web Sites
   Print Indexes

                                            ENCYCLOPEDIAS

General encyclopedia sets are located in the Reference Collection on the first range of shelves
facing the Reference Desk, others are noted by a call number.

   Academic American Encyclopedia
   Collier’s Encyclopedia
   Compton’s Encyclopedia
   Encyclopedia Americana
   Encyclopedia Britannica: Also available online at <http://www.eb.com>
   Encyclopedia of Rhetoric (2001) Ref PN 172 .E52 2001
   Encyclopedia of Rhetoric and Composition (1996) Ref PN 172 .E53 1996
   World Book Encyclopedia




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                                        INDEXES & ABSTRACTS

The following print indexes are located in the Periodicals Department on Harvey Library’s
second floor. Like the online databases, these materials can help researchers identify journal
articles and other materials on a particular subject. Subscription dates vary for each index, and
many subscriptions may not be current. See the Online Databases section of this guide for
online resources which may contain current indexing. Ask for assistance at the Periodicals
Desk.

   Communication Abstracts                                       Index to Journals in Communication Studies
   Cumulative Index to Journals in Education                     Linguistics
   Education Index                                               Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts
   Higher Education Abstracts                                    Resources in Education
   Index to Education

                            LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION

Harvey Library’s collections are arranged using the Library of Congress classification scheme.
You may use the following outline of speech-related call numbers to browse the ‘P’ section of
the Reference and Circulating Collections.

P

87 – 96                           Communication, mass media
94.7                              Interpersonal communication
95 – 95.6                         Oral communication, speech
99.5 – 99.6                       Nonverbal communication
1530                              The monologue
1551                              The dialogue
4001 – 4355                       Oratory, elocution
4071 – 4095                       Oratory, elocution - Study and teaching
4177 – 4191                       Oratory, elocution - Debating
4199 – 4321                       Oratory, elocution - Recitation (in English)
6080 – 6095                       Quotations
6121 – 6129                       Orations
6146.5 – 6231                     Wit, humor
6259 – 6268                       Anecdotes, table talk
6319 – 6328                       Sayings, bon mots
6329 – 6338                       Thoughts
6340 – 6348                       Toasts
6400 – 6525                       Proverbs

                           LIBRARY OF CONGRESS SUBJECT HEADINGS

The following list contains a selection of Library of Congress subject headings (LCSH)
appropriate to the areas of speech and debate. You may enter these subject headings, or
others identified in the Library of Congress Subject Headings, held at the Reference Desk, in
the online catalog or in the online databases to retrieve relevant materials. Reference staff can
assist you in identifying additional subject headings or in using the online catalog and
databases.

   Debates and debating                                          Elocution
   Dialogue analysis                                             Extemporaneous speaking
   Diction                                                       Forums (Discussion and debate)




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   Lectures and lecturing                                Speech communication
   Nonverbal communication                               Speech, intelligibility of
   Oral communication                                    Speeches, addresses, etc.
   Oral interpretation                                   Speechwriters
   Oratory                                               Speechwriting
   Political oratory                                     Verbal ability
   Public speaking                                       Verbal behavior
   Speech                                                Verbal communication
   Speech anxiety                                        Voice

                                            ONLINE DATABASES

The following multi-disciplinary databases, as well as many others, are available online from
Harvey Library’s homepage at <http://www.hamptonu.edu/UniversityServices/library/index.html>
by clicking on the Online Databases link from the menu under Resources & Collections.
Depending upon your particular area of interest, you may wish to consult databases not listed
here related to more specific topics or disciplines. Printed user guides are available in the
pamphlet rack near the Reference Desk for many of the databases. Ask for assistance with the
selection or use of the databases at the Reference Desk.

   Academic Search Elite                                 Expanded Academic ASAP
   Academic Universe                                     JStor
   Encyclopedia Britannica                               Periodical Contents Index
   ERIC                                                  Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS)
   Ethnic NewsWatch                                      Statistical Universe

                                              PERIODICALS

These periodicals, and others, are housed in the Periodicals Department on the second floor of
Harvey Library. Print periodicals are arranged alphabetically by title on both the current and
bound journal shelves. Some periodicals may be stored on microfiche. Subscription dates vary
for each periodical. Ask at the Periodicals Desk for assistance, if necessary.

   Quarterly Journal of Speech
   Quarterly Journal of Speech Education

                                               PROVERBS

   Dictionary of American Proverbs (1992) Ref PN 6426 .D53 1992
   Dictionary of Anecdote, Incident, and Illustrative Fact: Selected and Arranged for the Pulpit
    and the Platform, 6th edition (1896) Ref PN 6268 .R434
   Encyclopedia of Black Folklore and Humor (1990) Ref PN 6231 .N5 S6 1990
   Home Book of Proverbs, Maxims, and Familiar Phrases (1965) Ref PN 6405 .S8 1965
   Oxford Dictionary of English Proverbs, 2nd edition (1948) Ref PN 6421 .S6 1948
   Prentice-Hall Encyclopedia of World Proverbs (1986) Ref PN 6405
   Racial Proverbs (1938) Ref PN 6405 .C37 1938
   Teacher’s Treasury of Stories for Every Occasion (1958) Ref PN 6261 .B3
   Toastmaster’s Treasury (1960) Ref PN 4305 .O4 F7




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                                     PUBLIC SPEAKING

   101 Secrets of Highly Effective Speakers: Controlling Fear, Commanding Attention (1998)
    Prof PN 4121 .K94 1998
   Art of Public Speaking (1986) Stx PN 4121 .L72 1986
   Better Speakers for all Occasions (1960) Ref PN 4193 .O4 W7
   Painless Public Speaking: A Work/Text Approach (1991) Stx PN 4121 .E38 1991
   Painless Public Speaking (1981) Stx PN 4121 .B593
   Perspectives on Public Speaking (1966) Stx PN 4121 .J86
   Plain Public Speaking (1983) Stx PN 4121 .G76 1983
   Public Speaking: An Audience-Centered Approach (1993) Stx PN 4121 .B395 1993
   Public Speaking and Other Forms of Speech Communication (1981) Stx PN 4121 .F527
    1981
   Public Speaking: A Rhetorical Perspective (1966) Stx PN 4121 .B56
   Public Speaking as a Liberal Art, 2nd edition (1968) Stx PN 4121 .W46 1968
   Public Speaking: Concepts & Skills for a Diverse Society On order
   Public Speaking for Personal Success (1987) Stx PN 4121 .H243
   Public Speaking: Today and Tomorrow (1990) Stx PN 4142 .G5 1990
   Research Manual for the Performance Course in Speech; Oral Communication,
    Fundamentals of Speech, Public Speaking, Argumentation and Debate, Discussion,
    Persuasion (1967) Stx PN 4121 .B67
   Secrets of Power Presentations: Overcome your Fear of Public Speaking, Build Rapport
    and Credibility with your Audience, Prepare and Deliver a Dynamic Presentation (2000) Stx
    HF 5718 .22 .H648 2000
   Speak with Confidence: A Practical Guide (1977) Ref PN 4121 .V35
   Speaker: A Collection of the Best Orations, Poems, Stories, Debates, and One Act Plays for
    Public Speaking and Voice Training (1972) Stx PN 4199 .S69 1972
   Speaker’s Lifetime Library (1979) Ref PN 4193 .I5 .S64
   Speaking: Back to Fundamentals (1982) Stx PN 4121 .S73 1982
   Speaking Effectively in Public Settings: A Modern Rhetoric with a Traditional Base (1993)
    Stx PN 4121 .N243 1993
   Think on Your Feet: The Art of Thinking and Speaking under Pressure (1981) Stx HM 132
    .W92
   Ways with Words: A Handbook for those Who Would Better their Speaking, Writing,
    Organising. . . (1976) Ref PN 4121 .W342

                                QUOTATIONS & THOUGHTS

   12,000 Inspirational Quotes: A Treasury of Spiritual Insights and Practical Wisdom (2000)
    Ref PN 6084 .R3 M4 2000
   20,000 Quips and Quotes (1968) Ref PN 6081 .E8
   African American Quotations (1998) Ref PN 6081 .3 .A36 1998
   Columbia Dictionary of Quotations (1993) Ref PN 6081 .A652 1993
   Contemporary Quotations (1996) Ref PN 6083 .M355 1996
   Dictionary of Biographical Quotations (1978) Ref CT 773 .D38 1978
   Dictionary of Quotations (1968) Ref PN 6081 .E9
   Encyclopedia of Supreme Court Quotations (2000) Ref KF 8742 .A35 E529 2000
   Familiar Quotations, 16th edition (1992) Ref PN 6081 .B27 1992



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   Great Thoughts (1985) Ref PN 6081 .G636 1985
   Great Treasury of Western Thought (1977) Ref PN 6331 .G675
   Home Book of Quotations: Classical and Modern (1984) Ref PN 6081 .H635 1984
   In the Words of Great Business Leaders (2000) New PN 6084 .B87 I52 2000
   Magill’s Quotations in Context (1965) Ref PN 6081 .M29
   My Soul Looks Back, ‘Less I Forget: A Collection of Quotations By People of Color (1993)
    Ref PN 6081 .3 .M9 1993
   New Dictionary of Thoughts (1965) Ref PN 6331 .E2 1965
   Oxford Dictionary of Quotations (1955) Ref PN 6081 .O9 1955
   Quotable Woman: 1800 – 1981 (1982) Ref PN 6081 .5 .Q63 1982

                               SPEECH & COMMUNICATION

   All the President’s Words: The Bully Pulpit and the Creation of the Virtual Presidency
    (1997) Stx E 176 .1 .G35 1997
   Better Speakers for all Occasions (1960) Ref PN 4193 .O4 W7
   Encyclopedia of Language (1990) Ref P 106 .A46 1990
   From Talking Drums to the Internet: An Encyclopedia of Communications Technology
    (1997) Ref P 96 .T42 G374 1997
   Handbook of Research of Teaching Literacy Through Communicative and Visual Arts (1997)
    Ref P 91 .3 .H36 1997
   I Am Happy to Present, 2nd edition (1968) Ref PN 4305 .I7 L9 1968
   International Encyclopedia of Communications 4 volumes (1989) Ref P 87 .5 .I5 1989
   Longman Dictionary of Mass Media and Communication (1982) Ref P 87 .5 .L66 1982
   NTC’s Dictionary of Debate (1990) Ref PN 4181 .H265 1990
   Presenting Yourself (1982) Stx PN 4121 .K344 1982
   Research Manual for the Performance Course in Speech; Oral Communication,
    Fundamentals of Speech, Public Speaking, Argumentation and Debate, Discussion,
    Persuasion (1967) Stx PN 4121 .B67
   Speechmaker’s Complete Handbook (1955) Ref PN 6122 .F67
   Ways with Words: A Handbook for those Who Would Better their Speaking, Writing,
    Organising. . . (1976) Ref PN 4121 .W342

                                 SPEECHES IN HISTORY

   American Rhetoric from Roosevelt to Reagan: A Collection of Speeches and Critical Essays
    (1983) Stx PS 668 .A43 1983
   Classic Speeches (1965) Ref PN 6122 .C7 1965
   Colonial Idiom: Landmarks in Rhetoric and Public Address (1970) Stx PS 662 .P6
   Contemporary American Speeches: A Sourcebook of Speech Forms and Principles, 6th
    edition (1988) Stx PS 668 .C6 1988
   Famous speeches in American History (1963) Stx PS 662 .C3
   Great American Speeches: 1898 - 1963 (1970) Ref PS 661 .G7
   Historic Speeches of African Americans (1993) Ref E 184 .6 .H57 1993
   Lend Me Your Ears: Great Speeches in History (1992) Ref PN 6122 .L4 1992
   Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence: The Best Speeches Delivered by the Negro from the
    Days of Slavery to the Present Time (1970) Stx PS 663 .N4 N4 1970
   Representative American Speeches (annual since 1937) Stx PS 668 .B3



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   Rhetoric of Struggle: Public Address by African American Women (1992) Stx PS 663 .N4
    R47 1992
   Treasury of the World’s Greatest Speeches (1965) Ref PN 6121 .P4 1965

                                      WEB SITES

   Art of Public Speaking: Student Resources
    <http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/comm./lucas/student/>
   CEOExpress: Speech and Writing <http://ceoexpress.com>
   Communication Resources: Infomine <http:/infomine.ucr.edu/result_regular.pl>
   Communication Studies Links: University of Iowa
    <http://www.uiowa.edu/~commstud/resources/>
   Douglass Archives of American Public Address
    <http://douglass.speech.nwu.edu/>
   Free Speech Movement Archives <http://www.fsm-a.org/index.html>
   General Douglas MacArthur’s Farewell Address to Congress
     <http://users.deltanet.com/~cybrgbl/macarthur/douglas-macarthur-farewell.html>
   Gifts of Speech: Women’s Speeches from around the World <http://gos.sbc.edu/>
   Great American Speeches <http://www.pbs.org/greatspeeches/>
   Great Speeches from History <http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/previous.htm>
   History Channel: Speeches <http://www.historychannel.com/speeches/speeches.html>
   IdeaBank: Ways to Improve your Speech <http://www.idea-bank.com/tips.html>
   I Have a Dream: Martin Luther King Jr.
    <http://web66.coled.umn.edu/new/MLK/MLK.html>
   Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States
    <http://www.bartleby.com/124/>
   Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address <http://lcweb.loc.gov/exhibits/gadd/>
   Monthly Speaking Tips: LJL Seminars <http://www.ljlseminars.com/monthtip.htm>
   Organize and Write your Speech
    <http://www.abacon.com/pubspeak/organize/organize.html>
   Publications and Services for Speakers and Speechwriters: Executive Speaker
    Company <http://www.executive-speaker.com>
   Public Speaking Resources <http://college.hmco.com/communication/public/index.htm>
   Public Speaking Tips: Toastmasters International
    <http://www.freenet.Edmonton.ab.ca/toast/tips.html>
   Public Speaking: Tips, Training, Humor, and Quotes
    <http://www.angelfire.com/ab/speakers/index.html>
   Rhetorical Studies, Theory, and Philosophy: University of Iowa
    <http://www.uiowa.edu/~commstud/resources/rhetorical.html>
   Simpson’s Contemporary Quotations: The Most Quotable Since 1950
    <http://www.bartleby/63/>
   Speech and Transcript Center <http://gwis2.circ.gwu.edu/~gprice/speech.htm>
   Speeches of John, Robert, and Edward Kennedy
    <http://www.cs.umb.edu/jfklibrary/speeches.htm>
   SpeechTips.com <http://www.speechtips.com>
   Writing Argumentative Essays
    <http://www.eslplanet.com/teachertools/argueweb/frntpage.htm>

kas 4/01; revised pb 08/02




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