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LCMPT, LCGFT, and LCSH Created by Catalogers at the University of Washington Libraries through the SACO Program in 2021

Library of Congress Demographic Group Terms, Medium of Performance Terms, Genre/Form Terms, and Subject Headings Created by Catalogers at the University of Washington Libraries Through the SACO Program

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Library of Congress Demographic Group Terms

 

      • Accordionists
      • Adelaideans
      • Admirals
      • Afro-Brazilians
      • Agrostologists
      • Ainu (Asian people)
      • Alawites
      • Albanian teachers
      • Albuquerqueans
      • Alexandrians (Egypt)
      • Amputees
      • Amsterdammers
      • Analytical chemists
      • Anchorageites
      • Angelenos
      • Animal ecologists
      • Applied linguists
      • Applied mathematicians
      • Arabic, Students of
      • Argentine Canadians
      • Aromantic people
      • Art conservators
      • Asexual people
      • Assyriologists
      • Atlantans
      • Atmospheric chemists
      • Atmospheric scientists
      • Austinites
      • Auvergnats
      • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France, residents
      • Aviation photographers
      • Bahians
      • Baloch (Asian people)
      • Baltimoreans
      • Barcelonans
      • Basque, Students of
      • Beijingers
      • Beirutis
      • Belgian Americans
      • Bengali Canadians
      • Bengali, Students of
      • Bhopalis
      • Biblical Hebrew, Students of
      • Bipolar disorder patients
      • Bissau-Guineans
      • Bissauans (City of Bissau)
      • Black Canadians
      • Bloggers
      • Bohemians (Czech Republic)
      • Boiseans
      • Bonaerenses
      • Booker Prize winners
      • Booksellers
      • Bordelais
      • Bostonians
      • Brain tumor patients
      • Brazilian Canadians
      • Brazilian Portuguese, Students of
      • Brisbanites
      • Bronxites
      • Brooklynites
      • Bryologists
      • Bucharesters
      • Budapesters
      • Buddhologists
      • Buffalonians
      • Bulgarian, Students of
      • Burmese speakers
      • Burmese, Students of
      • Cairenes
      • Calgarians
      • Cancer patients' partners
      • Canoeists
      • Cantonese speakers
      • Cantors
      • Cariocas
      • Catalan, Students of
      • Cebuano speakers
      • Cebuano, Students of
      • Census takers (Persons)
      • Chagatai, Students of
      • Charlestonians (South Carolina)
      • Chavacano speakers
      • Chemical biologists
      • Chemical engineers
      • Chemical physicists
      • Chemometricians
      • Chicagoans
      • Children of athletes
      • Children of pornographers
      • Children in street situations
      • Chilean Canadians
      • Chinese Britons
      • Chinese Malaysians
      • Chinook Wawa speakers
      • Chinook Wawa, Students of
      • Cigarette smokers
      • Cisgender people
      • Circassians (Caucasian people)
      • Civil engineers
      • Civil War veterans (United States)
      • Claremen (Ireland)
      • Clevelanders
      • Comedians
      • Computer engineers
      • Computer science teachers
      • Computer scientists
      • Congolese (Brazzaville) French
      • Consulting engineers
      • Cook Islands Maori, Students of
      • Coptic, Students of
      • Country musicians
      • Cricketers
      • Crime historians
      • Crime writers
      • Croatian speakers
      • Crucians
      • Cultural historians
      • Czech, Students of
      • Dallasites
      • Danish Americans
      • Danish Canadians
      • Danish, Students of
      • Dari speakers
      • Darwinians (Northern Territory)
      • Defectors
      • Denverites
      • Detroiters
      • Double bass teachers
      • Drag queens
      • Drug historians
      • Dutch Americans
      • Dutch, Students of
      • Earthquake engineers
      • East Asians
      • Editorial cartoonists
      • Edmontonians
      • Egyptian Arabic, Students of
      • Egyptian, Teachers of
      • El Pasoans
      • Electrical engineers
      • Electronic musicians
      • Environmental consultants
      • Environmental engineers
      • Eritrean Britons
      • Essayists
      • Estonian, Students of
      • Ethnobotanists
      • Evolutionary biologists
      • Falkland Islanders
      • Faroese speakers
      • Faroese, Students of
      • Femmes (Lesbian culture)
      • Fijian speakers
      • Fijian, Students of
      • Filipino Canadians
      • Filipino speakers
      • Film critics
      • Food chemists
      • Food studies scholars
      • Food writers
      • Forest ecologists
      • Foresters
      • Forestry teachers
      • Former drug addicts
      • Fort Lauderdalians
      • French Americans
      • French Australians
      • French-Canadian Americans
      • French, Students of
      • Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy, residents
      • Friulians (European people)
      • Gan speakers (Chinese language)
      • Garifuna (Caribbean people)
      • Genderqueer people
      • Geochemists
      • Geographers
      • Geographic information scientists
      • Georgian, Students of
      • German students
      • German Swedes
      • Ghostwriters
      • Goan Canadians
      • Greek Montenegrins
      • Greek speakers
      • Gujarati Americans
      • Gujarati Canadians
      • Gujarati speakers
      • Hakka speakers
      • Haligonians
      • Hanafites
      • Harmonica players
      • Harpsichordists
      • Harranians
      • Havanans
      • Hawaiian speakers
      • Hawaiian, Students of
      • Hebrew, Students of
      • Helsinkians
      • Hindi, Students of
      • Historians of religion
      • Hobartians
      • Honolulans
      • Houstonians
      • Hul’q’umi’num (North American people)
      • Hulʼqʼumiʼnumʼ, Teachers of
      • Human rights workers
      • Humorists
      • Hungarian, Students of
      • Hymenopterists
      • Icelandic, Students of
      • Icelandic speakers
      • Ichthyologists
      • Illiterate people
      • Indianapolitans
      • Indigenous people of America
      • Indigiqueer people
      • Indonesian, Students of
      • Industrial chemists
      • Internment camp inmates
      • Iraqi Arabic, Students of
      • Iraqi Britons
      • Iraqi Canadians
      • Irish, Students of
      • Islamicists
      • Ismailis
      • Issei
      • Japanese, Students of
      • Javanese speakers
      • Javanese, Students of
      • Josefinos (Costa Rica)
      • Kansas Citians (Kansas and Missouri)
      • Kauaians
      • Kazakh (Central Asian people)
      • Klallam speakers
      • Klallam, Students of
      • Klallam, Teachers of
      • Korean, Students of
      • Koreanists
      • Kurdish Canadians
      • Laotian Canadians
      • Laplanders
      • Latgalian speakers
      • Latin American Canadians
      • Latvian Canadians
      • Latvian, Students of
      • Lazians
      • Lebanese Brazilians
      • Lenape (North American people)
      • Lepidopterists
      • Lexicographers
      • Library directors
      • Lichens in art
      • Lisboans
      • Lithuanian Americans
      • Lithuanian, Students of
      • Long Islanders
      • Lower Normans
      • Luandans
      • Macanese (Asian people)
      • Macedonian speakers
      • Madhya Pradeshis
      • Madrileños
      • Malacologists
      • Malay, Students of
      • Malikites
      • Maltese speakers
      • Mammalogists
      • Manauaras
      • Mandarin speakers
      • Manhattanites
      • Māori speakers
      • Māori, Students of
      • Maputans
      • Marine engineers
      • Marseillais
      • Mayors
      • Mechanical engineering teachers
      • Mechanical engineers
      • Medical teaching personnel
      • Melburnians
      • Memoirists
      • Memphians
      • Mevlevis
      • Miamians
      • Micronesians (Federated States of Micronesia)
      • Milwaukeeans
      • Min Nan speakers
      • Minneapolitans
      • Molecular biologists
      • Molokaians
      • Montrealers
      • Moroccan Arabic, Students of
      • Moroccan Dutch
      • Mountain rescuers
      • Mountaineers
      • Muftis
      • Mumbaikars
      • Münchner
      • Murder victims' families
      • Muscovites
      • Mushers
      • Music theorists
      • Nairobians
      • Nashvillians
      • Nature writers
      • Nazi concentration camp inmates
      • Nematologists
      • New literates
      • New Orleanians
      • New Yorkers (New York City)
      • Nigerian Americans
      • Niuean, Students of
      • Nizaris
      • Non-binary people
      • North Africans
      • North Karelians
      • Northern Tutchone (North American people)
      • Norwegian, Students of
      • Novelists
      • Oaklanders
      • Obsessive-compulsive disorder patients
      • Occitan speakers
      • Occitan, Students of
      • Oklahoma Cityans
      • Omagua (Brazilian and Peruvian people)
      • Omahans
      • Oneida teachers
      • Optical scientists
      • Organists
      • Oslovians
      • Ottawans
      • Paleontologists
      • Pansexual people
      • Parasitologists
      • Parkinson's disease patients' spouses
      • Parti québécois members (Québec)
      • Paulistanos
      • Paulistas
      • People of color
      • Performing arts librarians
      • Persian, Students of
      • Persian, Teachers of
      • Perthites
      • Phenomenologists
      • Philadelphians
      • Philanthropists
      • Philologists
      • Phoenix, Arizona, residents
      • Photojournalists
      • Phycologists
      • Pitchers (Baseball)
      • Plant taxonomists
      • Playwrights
      • Poetry critics
      • Poets
      • Policy scientists
      • Polish, Students of
      • Political consultants
      • Porteños (Argentina)
      • Portlanders (Oregon)
      • Porto-Alegrenses
      • Portuguese Canadians
      • Portuguese, Students of
      • Praguers
      • Primary school teachers
      • Princes
      • Protein chemists
      • Protein engineers
      • Protistologists
      • Psychoanalysts
      • Psychotherapists
      • Publishers (Persons)
      • Québécois (Québec City)
      • Queensites
      • Queer people
      • Radio journalists
      • Rape victims
      • Reform Jews
      • Reginans
      • Rhônalpins
      • Road managers
      • Rock climbers
      • Roma (Eurasian people)
      • Romanian speakers
      • Romanian, Students of
      • Romans
      • Rowers
      • Russian, Students of
      • Sabras
      • Sadhus
      • Saint Paulites
      • Saint Vincentian Canadians
      • Salemites (Oregon)
      • Salt Lakers
      • Sami (European people)
      • Samoan speakers
      • Samoan, Students of
      • San Antonians
      • San Diegans
      • San Franciscans
      • San Joseans (California)
      • Santiaguinos
      • Saskatonians
      • Science journalists
      • Science writers
      • Screenwriters
      • Seattleites
      • Selkirk First Nation citizens
      • Senegalese French
      • Seoulites
      • Serbian speakers
      • Session musicians
      • Sevillians
      • Sex workers
      • Shafiites
      • Shanghainese
      • Shipwreck victims
      • Sikkimese
      • Single people
      • Skopjans
      • Slovak, Students of
      • Slovene, Students of
      • Sofians
      • Sorbs (European people)
      • Soteropolitanos
      • Southwesterners (United States)
      • Spanish Americans
      • Spanish, Students of
      • Speechwriters
      • Spokanites
      • Sportscasters
      • Sportswriters
      • Stand-up comedians
      • Staten Islanders
      • Statisticians
      • Stevens-Johnson syndrome patients
      • Stockholmers
      • Stream ecologists
      • Stream ecology students
      • Structural engineers
      • Student affairs personnel
      • Surreyites (England)
      • Swahili, Students of
      • Swedish Americans
      • Swedish, Students of
      • Sydneysiders
      • Tacomans
      • Tagalog speakers
      • Tagalog, Students of
      • Tajik speakers
      • Takatāpui
      • Tallahasseeans
      • Tamil, Students of
      • Tashkentis
      • Tausug speakers
      • Teacher educators
      • Technology journalists
      • Tel Avivians
      • Television writers
      • Thai Americans
      • Thai Forest Tradition Buddhists
      • Thai, Students of
      • Theater critics
      • Theater directors
      • Theater historians
      • Tibetan Americans
      • Tokelauan, Students of
      • Tokyoites
      • Tongan, Students of
      • Torontonians
      • Traffic accident victims
      • Turkish, Students of
      • Turkish, Teachers of
      • Tuvaluans
      • Two-spirit people
      • Ukrainian Americans
      • Ukrainian Dutch
      • Ukulele players
      • Ulama
      • Underwater photographers
      • Unitarian Universalists
      • United States Air Force officers
      • Uyghur (Central Asian people)
      • Vancouver Islanders
      • Vancouverites (British Columbia)
      • Venezuelan Americans
      • Victorianists
      • Victorians (British Columbia)
      • Video gamers
      • Viennese
      • Vietnamese, Students of
      • Vina students
      • Weather forecasters
      • Wellingtonians (City of Wellington)
      • West Greenlandic, Students of
      • White people
      • Wildlife photographers
      • Winnipeggers
      • Witsuwit'en speakers
      • Writers
      • Wu speakers
      • Xiang speakers
      • Yakan speakers
      • Yiddish speakers
      • Yiddish, Students of
      • Yoga practitioners
      • Yoga teachers
      • Yogis
      • Yoopers
      • Yugoslav specialists
      • Zhiqing
      • Zhongguo gong chan dang members (China)
      • Zurichers (Canton of Zurich)
      • Zurichers (City of Zurich)

 

Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music Terms

 

 

Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

 

 

      • Aromantic poetry
      • Asexual fiction
      • Asexual poetry
      • Biographical operas
      • Bisexual films
      • Body horror fiction
      • Choose-your-own-story comics
      • Comics criticism
      • Commercial treaties
      • Intersex poetry
      • Paranormal films
      • Pirate comics
      • Queer films
      • Queer poetry
      • Safety regulations
      • Science fiction operas
      • Self-instructional works
      • Subject dictionaries
      • Tables of contents
      • Transgender poetry
      • Underground periodicals
      • Witch television programs

     

    Library of Congress Subject Headings

     

        • Aboriginal Australians in comics
        • Adjarians
        • Albula River (Switzerland)
        • Algeria--History--Revolution, 1954-1962--Comics and the revolution
        • Amputees' writings
        • Amputees' writings, American
        • Angel Island (Calif.)
        • Animal health surveillance
        • Animals--Diseases--Monitoring
        • Anti-racism--Religious aspects
        • Anti-racism--Religious aspects--Christianity
        • Arab-Israeli conflict--Comics and the conflict
        • Architecture, Turkic
        • Aromantic people
        • Aromantic people's writings
        • Aromanticism
        • Asexual people's writings
        • Atomic bomb in comics
        • Atong language (Bangladesh and India)
        • Bektashi in literature
        • Birthday cakes in art
        • Bronze figurines, Indic
        • Built environment
        • Canadian fiction (Spanish)
        • Canadianisms, French, in comics
        • Candles in art
        • Carols, Sicilian
        • Cataloging of realia
        • Cell coculture
        • Chhajjas
        • Christian soldiers
        • Cities and towns in comics
        • Cold War in comics
        • Collective memory in comics
        • Comic books, strips, etc.--Philosophy
        • Corispermum
        • Craugastor
        • Craugastoridae
        • Cyberpunk films
        • Dancers, Puerto Rican
        • Deradicalization
        • Devas (Buddhist mythology)
        • Devas (Buddhist mythology) in art
        • Disaster justice
        • Elections in comics
        • Excited-state proton-coupled electron transfer
        • Fashion and mass media
        • Female monsters
        • Female monsters in comics
        • Fetishism (Sexual behavior) in motion pictures
        • Fetishism (Sexual behavior) on television
        • Figure sculpture, Gandhara
        • Fishes--Diseases--Monitoring
        • Gaumukha Tirthasthala (Chittorgarh Fort, Chittaurgarh, India)
        • Gautama Buddha--Miracles
        • Gibraltar, Rock of (Gibraltar)
        • Graphic medicine (Comic books)
        • Graphic novels--Philosophy
        • Hatsadiling (Mythical bird)
        • Hiroshima-shi (Japan)--History--Bombardment, 1945--Comics and the bombardment
        • Hispanic American cartoonists
        • Hispanic Americans in comics
        • Horror tales, Slovak
        • Huai Kho Reservoir (Thailand)
        • İleri family
        • İmam Hatip schools
        • Indians in comics
        • Indigenous peoples in comics
        • Infertility, Female, in comics
        • Interactomes
        • Internment camp inmates' writings, American
        • Internment camp inmates' writings, Soviet
        • Internment camp inmates' writings, Spanish
        • Japanese fiction--Reiwa period, 2019-
        • Khunsari literature
        • Khunsari poetry
        • Lakhsass (Berber people)
        • Lesbian cooks
        • Lullabies, Latvian
        • Lusi Mud Volcano (Indonesia)
        • Manuscripts, Oghuz
        • Masculinity in comics
        • Medicine in comics
        • Memory disorders in art
        • Men in comics
        • Minority women in comics
        • Monsters in comics
        • Monstrosity
        • Monstrosity in comics
        • Monstrosity in literature
        • Naʻamī family
        • Nakhwaam (Puyŏ, Korea)
        • Nationalism in comics
        • Nazi concentration camp inmates' writings, German
        • Numismatics, Thai
        • Outlaws in comics
        • Palaeobatrachidae
        • Palaeobatrachus
        • Pale bugseed
        • Palestinian Nakba, 1947-1948, in literature
        • Palestinian Nakba, 1947-1948, in motion pictures
        • Petroporphyrins
        • Philosophy in comics
        • Political campaigns in comics
        • Politicians in comics
        • Prisoners of war, Writings of
        • Prisoners of war, Writings of, American
        • Prisoners of war, Writings of, German
        • Prisoners of war, Writings of, Turkish
        • Proton-coupled electron transfer
        • Psychic trauma in comics
        • Public spaces in comics
        • Puerto Rican gangs
        • Punk culture and comics
        • Punk culture in comics
        • Race in comics
        • Race relations in comics
        • Racially mixed people in comics
        • Racially mixed people on television
        • Raj Ghat (New Delhi, India : Samadhi shrine)
        • Rang Mahal (Lal Qila, Delhi, India)
        • Realia (Library materials)
        • Rentier state
        • Romantic orientation
        • Romanticism in comics
        • Samadhi shrines
        • Sas Bahu Temple (Gwalior, India)
        • School uniforms
        • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001, in comics
        • Sex role in comics
        • Sexual minorities, Arab
        • Sexual minorities' writings, Indic
        • Sexual minorities' writings, Indic (English)
        • Sexual minorities' writings, South Asian
        • Sexual minorities' writings, South Asian (English)
        • Sexual minority women in comics
        • Sexual minority women in literature
        • Shah Jahani Mahal (Agra Fort, Agra, India)
        • Shahzadi Ka Roza (Chanderi, Ashoknagar, India)
        • Shore Temple (Māmallapuram, India)
        • Short stories, Canadian (Spanish)
        • Sidoarjo Mudflow, Indonesia, 2006-
        • Sīmjūrid dynasty, 10th century
        • Slovak teachers
        • Soft power (Political science)
        • Sŏkchŏn taeje (Confucian rite)
        • Soldiers' writings, Turkish
        • Soliser Viadukt (Switzerland)
        • Sourapas family
        • Spain--History--Civil War, 1936-1939--Comics and the war
        • Spoken French in comics
        • Śrāvastī miracles
        • Śrāvastī miracles in art
        • Strategic planning--Religious aspects
        • Strategic planning--Religious aspects--Islam
        • Street children's writings
        • Street children's writings, Turkish
        • Superheroes in comics
        • Surya Temple (Osiān, India)
        • Tamil language--To 700
        • Tibet Region--Study and teaching
        • Tidal wetlands
        • Tidal wetlands--Climatic factors
        • Trianisole-heptazine
        • Tulostoma
        • Vanadyl petroporphyrins
        • Vanadyl porphyrins
        • Victims in comics
        • Violence in comics
        • Wildlife diseases--Monitoring
        • Wiriyamu Massacre, Wiriyamu, Mozambique, 1972
        • Women regents
        • Women regents in art
        • Women volunteers in agriculture
        • World War, 1939-1945--Participation, Christian
        • Yakṣas (Hindu deities) in art
        • Yemen (People's Democratic Republic)--History--Revolution, 1963-1967
        • Yukatas
        • Zombies in comics