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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

 

      • Aboriginal Australians
      • Accounting teachers
      • Acromegaly patients
      • Adult education teachers
      • Afghan French
      • Africanists
      • Aleuts
      • Algerian French
      • Ancient Romans
      • Andeans
      • Angevins
      • Anglo-Saxons
      • Aquitains
      • Arabic teachers
      • Archaeology teachers
      • Architecture teachers
      • Arctic residents
      • Argentine Americans
      • Art teachers
      • Asperger's syndrome patients
      • Assyrians
      • Astrophysicists
      • Australian Americans
      • Australian Capital Territory residents
      • Austrian Americans
      • Azoreans
      • Bardi (Australian people)
      • Baseball managers
      • Belarusians
      • Belfastians
      • Biochemistry teachers
      • Biology teachers
      • Book artists
      • Book collectors
      • Bosnian Canadians
      • Bridge players
      • British Canadians
      • British Virgin Islanders
      • Buddhism teachers
      • Bulgarian Americans
      • Bulgarians
      • Burgundians
      • Burmese Americans
      • Cabo Verdeans
      • Cambodian Americans
      • Cambodians
      • Chemical engineering teachers
      • Chemical laboratory technicians
      • Chemistry teachers
      • Children of murder victims
      • Children of novelists
      • Children of politicians
      • Chinese Australians
      • Chinese Canadians
      • Chinese French
      • Chinese Singaporeans
      • Chinese students
      • Choreographers
      • Civil rights workers
      • Classics teachers
      • Coeur d'Alene (North American people)
      • Colombian Americans
      • Communication teachers
      • Composition teachers (Music)
      • Confederates
      • Cook Islanders
      • Cooks
      • Corsican teachers
      • Corsicans
      • Creative writing teachers
      • Creoles
      • Criminologists
      • Criminology teachers
      • Croatians
      • Cumbrians
      • Delhiites
      • Derbyshiremen
      • Documentary filmmakers
      • Dorsetians
      • Dress scholars
      • Dubaians
      • Dundonians
      • East Anglians
      • East Sussex, England, residents
      • Egyptian students
      • Egyptologists
      • Electrical engineering teachers
      • Elementary school teachers
      • Engineering teachers
      • English language learners
      • English teachers
      • Environmentalists
      • Essexmen
      • Estonian Americans
      • Estuarine oceanographers
      • Ethiopian Americans
      • Ethiopians
      • Faroese
      • Fluid dynamicists
      • Foreign ministers
      • Forestry consultants
      • French Canadians
      • French teachers
      • Galicians (Spain)
      • Galwegians (Ireland)
      • Gender studies teachers
      • German Canadians
      • German teachers
      • Ghanaian Canadians
      • Gibraltarians
      • Gitxsan (North American people)
      • Glaswegians
      • Gloucestershiremen
      • Government contractors
      • Graduate advisors
      • Greater Mancunians
      • Greek Cypriots
      • Greek French
      • Greek Italians
      • Greenlanders
      • Guinean French
      • Guitar students
      • Hantsians
      • Health officers
      • Heart transplant patients
      • Hertfordians
      • High school teachers
      • Horn players
      • Hungarian Americans
      • Hungarian Canadians
      • Indian Americans
      • Indian Canadians
      • Indigenous people
      • Indologists
      • Indonesian Americans
      • Intelligence officers
      • Interrogators
      • Inventors
      • Iranian Canadians
      • Iraqi Americans
      • Iraqis
      • Israeli Americans
      • Italian English
      • Italian students
      • Jamestown S'Klallam (North American people)
      • Japanese English
      • Jordanians
      • Journalism teachers
      • Kadazan-Dusun (Malaysian people)
      • Kanak (New Caledonian people)
      • Kashmiri (South Asian people)
      • Kayagŭm students
      • Kazakhstanis
      • Keyboardists
      • Khakass (Central Asian people)
      • Kokatha (Australian people)
      • Kwakwaka'wakw (North American people)
      • Larrakia (Australian people)
      • Latin Americans
      • Latin speakers
      • Latin teachers
      • Law teachers
      • Libyan Americans
      • Libyans
      • Literary critics
      • Local historians
      • Loggers
      • Logisticians
      • Londoners (England)
      • Lower Saxons
      • Lutenists
      • Macau, China, residents
      • Mangaians
      • Manileños
      • Maohi (Polynesian people)
      • Materials scientists
      • Mathematics teachers
      • Mauritanians
      • Mauritians
      • Mayanists
      • Media scholars
      • Media teachers
      • Meningitis patients
      • Mesopotamians
      • Métis (North American people)
      • Moldovans
      • Montenegrins
      • Motion picture producers
      • Multiple myeloma patients
      • Musicology teachers
      • Mystics
      • Naga (South Asian people)
      • Nāgāland, India, residents
      • Namibians
      • Nepali Americans
      • Niueans
      • Normans
      • North Anglians
      • North Rhine-Westphalians
      • Northern English
      • Novo Ecijanos
      • Numismatists
      • Octogenarians
      • Ojibwe (North American people)
      • Olympic athletes
      • Omanis
      • Oneida (North American people)
      • Oneida speakers
      • Orang Asli (Malaysian people)
      • Otagans
      • Pakistani Canadians
      • Paper conservators
      • Paleographers
      • Palestinian Arabs
      • Palestinians
      • Papermakers
      • Papiamentu teachers
      • Parisians
      • Pediatric nurses
      • People with cerebral palsy
      • Persian Gulf War veterans
      • Persian speakers
      • Philosophers
      • Physics teachers
      • Piano teachers
      • Podcasters
      • Poetry teachers
      • Polish French
      • Pornographers
      • Prairie Provinces residents
      • Premenstrual dysphoric disorder patients
      • Psychology students
      • Pulitzer Prize winners
      • Radio talk show hosts
      • Rajasthanis
      • Record executives
      • Record producers
      • Reed organists
      • Religion teachers
      • Rhadé (Asian people)
      • Romanian Americans
      • Romanian French
      • Russian Americans
      • Rwandan French
      • Sahrawis
      • Saint Thomians
      • Salvadoran Americans
      • Sammarinese
      • Sanskrit teachers
      • Saxons
      • Scandinavians
      • School administrators
      • School principals
      • Scottish Canadians
      • Screenwriting teachers
      • Seismologists
      • Semelai (Malaysian people)
      • Seneca (North American people)
      • Serbian Americans
      • Shoshone (North American people)
      • Singaporean Canadians
      • Singing teachers
      • Sinhalese (Sri Lankan people)
      • Sint Maarteners (Country of Sint Maarten)
      • Slavists
      • Social historians
      • Social work teachers
      • Somali Italians
      • Somersetonians
      • South Asian Canadians
      • Spanish teachers
      • Spectroscopists
      • Spokane (North American people)
      • Squamish (North American people)
      • Squamish speakers
      • Squash players
      • Sri Lankan Americans
      • Surfers
      • Sussaxons
      • Swazis
      • Swedish Canadians
      • Swinomish (North American people)
      • Swiss Americans
      • Syrian Americans
      • Tahitians
      • Taiwanese Americans
      • Tajikistanis
      • Tajiks (Central Asian people)
      • Tamil (Indic people)
      • Tamils (State of Tamil Nadu)
      • Television producers
      • Television scholars
      • Television studies teachers
      • Temuan (Malaysian people)
      • Territorians (Northern Territory)
      • Theravada Buddhists
      • Tibetans
      • Tibetologists
      • Timorese
      • Tlingit (North American people)
      • Tōhokujin
      • Torres Strait Islanders
      • Tourette syndrome patients
      • Translators
      • Tuareg (African people)
      • Turkish Americans
      • Turkish Australians
      • Turkish Cypriots
      • Tutsi (African people)
      • Umatilla (North American people)
      • Umatilla speakers
      • Urak Lawoiʼ (Southeast Asian people)
      • Urban planning teachers
      • Uruguayan Americans
      • Ute (North American people)
      • Uzbekistanis
      • Valencians
      • Vatican City residents
      • Vietnam War veterans
      • Vietnamese Canadians
      • Violinists
      • Wardaman (Australian people)
      • West Bengalis
      • West Yorkshiremen
      • Western Apache (North American people)
      • Western Apache speakers
      • Wicklowers
      • Wildlife trackers
      • Women's studies teachers
      • World War I veterans
      • World War II veterans
      • Yankunytjatjara (Australian people)
      • Yanyuwa (Australian people)
      • Youth workers
      • Zagrebians
      • Zanzibaris
      • Zapotec (North American people)
      • Zugers

 

Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music Terms

 

      • encephalophone

 

Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

 

 

      • Altered books
      • Bawdy fiction
      • Invectives (Literature)
      • Online news
      • Parking maps
      • Standards (Reference works)
      • Television criticism and reviews
      • War songs

     

    Library of Congress Subject Headings

     

        • A-frames (Structural frames)
        • Adsorption calorimetry
        • ʻAlawī dynasty, 1666-
        • Angkor Thom (Extinct city)
        • American prose literature--Iranian American authors
        • Animals--Color--Genetic aspects
        • Apoda (Insects)
        • Apoda limacodes
        • Arches in art
        • Architecture, Maurya
        • Architecture, Sinhalese
        • Art, Hiberno-Saxon
        • Authority--Religious aspects--Taoism
        • Avatars (Religion) in art
        • Badami Caves (Badami, India)
        • Bahai poetry, Persian
        • Banteau Srei Temple (Cambodia)
        • Baphuon (Angkor Thom)
        • Bara Imambara (Lucknow, India)
        • Baradaris (Architecture)
        • Basohli painting
        • Bathing customs in art
        • BCS-BEC crossover
        • Bhim ki Chauri (India)
        • Bian qing
        • Bian qing music
        • Bikaner painting
        • Biodiversity conservation--Religious aspects
        • Biodiversity conservation--Religious aspects--Islam
        • Bombyx
        • Bombyx mori
        • Boys' schools
        • Brienzer Rothorn (Switzerland)
        • Bronze figurines, Prehistoric
        • Bronze sculpture, Prehistoric
        • Buddhagupta Pillar (Eran)
        • Buddhist monks in art
        • Buddhist preaching in art
        • Buddhist rock-cut temples
        • Buddhist sandstone sculpture
        • Buddhist schist sculpture
        • Buddhist women in art
        • Buddhists in art
        • Bun Phawēt (Buddhist festival)
        • Bundi painting
        • Cabbage Palm Avenue (Peradeniya, Sri Lanka)
        • Calcium imaging
        • Camel riders
        • Cattle--Color--Genetic aspects
        • Chanderi Fort (Chanderi, Ashoknagar, India)
        • Characters and characteristics in the Mahābhārata
        • Characters and characteristics in the Rāmāyaṇa
        • Chaumukhnath Temple (Nāchna, Madhya Pradesh, India)
        • Chausath Khambha (Agra, India)
        • Čhēdī Čhao ʻĀi Čhao Yī (Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand)
        • Chemically induced dimerization
        • Chhatri Rani Hada (Agra, India)
        • Chhatris (Architecture) in art
        • Chittaurgarh (India)--History--Siege, 1567-1568
        • Chowgan (Chamba, India)
        • Christian women saints in art
        • Church of the East mural painting and decoration
        • Claudins
        • Clay--Wettability
        • Cree gay men
        • Cusped arches
        • Cymbal players
        • Cymbal players in art
        • Dams--Drainage systems
        • Danio nigrofasciatus
        • Dashavatara Temple (Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh, India)
        • Datia Palace (Datia, India)
        • Decoration and ornament, Mogul Empire
        • Decoration and ornament, Rajput
        • Deep mutational scanning
        • Delhi Gate (Chanderi, Ashoknagar, India)
        • Dents du Midi Mountains (Switzerland)
        • Diffusion Monte Carlo method
        • Dimerization
        • Divorce in the Hadith
        • Diwan-i Am (Lal Qila, Delhi, India)
        • Diwan-i Amm (Lahore Fort, Lahore, Pakistan)
        • Dogcarts
        • Doped semiconductor nanocrystals
        • Draft dogs
        • Drummers (Musicians) in art
        • Dye houses
        • Elephant trunk
        • Elephanta Caves (Mumbai, India)
        • Engineered living materials
        • Equus quagga
        • Eran (Extinct city)
        • Fables, Turkish
        • Falak (The Persian word)
        • Fanamu-manu (Dance)
        • Figure sculpture, Indic
        • Figure sculpture, Korean
        • Figure sculpture, Mathurā
        • Figure sculpture, Sri Lankan
        • Find (Indonesian people)
        • Fire eating in art
        • Fishes--Color--Genetic aspects
        • Fishes--Nervous system--Physiology
        • Fluorescent labeling
        • Flute players in art
        • Folk literature, Soqotri
        • Gandharvas (Buddhist deities) in art
        • Gateway of India (Mumbai, India)
        • Ghost tours
        • Gileppe Dam (Belgium)
        • God (Islam)--Simplicity
        • Gowi nitutu
        • Gravitational waves--Detection
        • Guard stones (Sinhalese architecture)
        • Han River Valley (Korea)
        • Hawa Mahal (Chanderi Fort, Chanderi, Ashoknagar, India)
        • Heliodorus Pillar (Bais, India)
        • Higano family
        • Hill stations
        • Hindu cave temples
        • Hindu rock-cut temples
        • Hindu schist sculpture
        • Hiou
        • Hybrid perovskites
        • Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long (Hanoi, Vietnam)
        • Iran--History--Azerbaijan Crisis, 1946
        • Jagat Shiromani Temple (Āmer, India)
        • Jaimal and Patta Palaces (Chitor Fort, India)
        • Javari Temple (Khajurāho, India)
        • Jewelry boxes
        • Kalabubus
        • Kangra painting
        • Kanheri Caves (India)
        • Kham Chanōt Island (Thailand)
        • Khunsari language
        • Kirti Stambha (Chitor Fort, India : 12th century)
        • Kiwi populations
        • Kiwi populations--Estimates
        • Kunwāri River (Madhya Pradesh, India)
        • Ladhedi Gate (Gwalior, India)
        • Lady's maids in art
        • Lakshmana Temple (Khajurāho, India)
        • Libya--History--Karamanli dynasty, 1711-1835
        • Limax maximus
        • Limax (Mollusks)
        • Lotus Mahal (Hampi, India)
        • Lustrations in art
        • Madrasahs in art
        • Maha Wong Canal (Thailand)
        • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial (Kanniyākumāri, India)
        • Main halls (Buddhist temples)
        • Makah art
        • Mandovaras
        • Manuscripts, Egyptian
        • Marble screens
        • Marble sculpture, Indic
        • Marble walls
        • Maria-Theresien-Denkmal (Vienna, Austria)
        • Marine Drive (Mumbai, India)
        • Mats (Floor coverings)
        • Medical codes
        • Meguti Jain Temple (Aihole, Karnataka, India)
        • Melibe leonina
        • Mer de Glace (France)
        • Meskhetians (Turkic people) in literature
        • Metal adsorption calorimetry
        • Metal nanoparticles
        • Methylammonium lead iodide
        • Milking in art
        • Miniature painting, Rajput
        • Mithunas
        • Mithunas in art
        • Mogaele (Dance)
        • Mönch (Switzerland)
        • Mountain gods in art
        • Mountain worship in art
        • Mourning customs in motion pictures
        • Mud flats
        • Mudrās (Buddhism) in art
        • Mukhacatuskis
        • Mumbai Harbour (India)
        • Muvar Koil (Kodumbālūr, India)
        • Nagas (Indic deities)
        • Nagas (Indic deities) in art
        • Nakula Sahadeva Ratha (Māmallapuram, India)
        • Nandi Temple (Khajurāho, India)
        • Nathdwara painting
        • Naubat Khana (Lal Qila, Delhi, India)
        • Naubat khanas
        • Naukhanda Mahal (Chanderi Fort, Chanderi, Ashoknagar, India)
        • Naulakha Bhandar (Chitor Fort, India)
        • Naulākhā (Lahore Fort, Lahore, Pakistan)
        • Neak Pean (Angkor)
        • Nets in art
        • Neuroethology
        • Newborn screening
        • Newtonian noise
        • Nias (Indonesian people)
        • Nias (Indonesian people)--Jewelry
        • Nickel nanoparticles
        • Nickel nanoparticles--Thermdynamics
        • Nijūbashi (Tokyo, Japan)
        • Nishāt Bāgh (India)
        • Nonlinear optical microscopy
        • Nurabad Bridge (Nūrābād, Madhya Pradesh, India)
        • Offering tables
        • Ogee arches
        • Old Court House Street (Kolkata, India)
        • Organoselenium catalysts
        • Osteocalcin
        • Ottomanism
        • Packing rooms
        • Paleolimnology--Pleistocene
        • Palm Sunday in art
        • Panch Mahal (Fatehpur Sikri, India)
        • Papanatha Temple (Paṭṭadakal, India)
        • Pancha Rathas (Māmallapuram, India)
        • Panchganga Ghat (Vārānasi, Uttar Pradesh, India)
        • Parinirvana
        • Parinirvana in art
        • Partridges in art
        • Parvati Temple (Nāchna, Madhya Pradesh, India)
        • Peacock feathers
        • Pearl necklaces
        • Peristyles
        • Perovskite materials
        • Pheromones in pest control
        • Phosphoglycerol
        • Phosphorylethanolamine
        • Physical oceanography
        • Physics students
        • Pier arches
        • Piers (Structural members)
        • Pilasters
        • Pinnacles (Architecture)
        • Pitalkhora Caves (India)
        • Platforms (Architecture)
        • Po Klong Garai Temple (Phan Rang-Tháp Chàm, Vietnam)
        • Pont des Arts (Paris, France)
        • Port Gamble Reservation (Wash.)
        • Portrait sculpture, Gandhara
        • Portrait sculpture, Gupta
        • Portrait sculpture, Indic
        • Portrait drawing, Mogul Empire
        • Portrait sculpture, Mathurā
        • Post-and-lintel construction
        • Prasat Banteay Chhmar (Cambodia)
        • Presence chambers
        • Prisoners' writings, Indonesian
        • Pulligoda Galge (Sri Lanka)
        • Purana Qila (Delhi, India)
        • Quantum Monte Carlo methods
        • Qutub Shahi Tombs (Hyderabad, India)
        • Rail passengers
        • Rajabai Clock Tower (Mumbai, India)
        • Rajput (Indic people) in art
        • Ram Bagh (Agra, India)
        • Rāmlīlā
        • Rāmlīlā in art
        • Rang Mahal (Fatehpur Sikri, India)
        • Rani Cave (India)
        • Rāsalīlā in art
        • Relief (Sculpture), Gandhara
        • Relief (Sculpture), Gupta
        • Relief (Sculpture), Indonesian
        • Relief (Sculpture), Mathurā
        • Relief (Sculpture), Sri Lankan
        • Relief (Sculpture), Śuṅga
        • Ribs (Architecture)
        • Rishis' wives
        • Rishis' wives in art
        • Road roller operators
        • Rock-cut architecture
        • Rock-cut temples
        • Rocking stones
        • Rotation sensor
        • Rotational seismology
        • Rumi Darwaza (Lucknow, India)
        • Salina Cruz Harbor (Mexico)
        • Samadhishvara Temple (Chittorgarh Fort, Chittaurgarh, India)
        • Samrat Gate (Jaipur, India)
        • Sandstone sculpture
        • Sandstone sculpture, Gupta
        • Sandstone sculpture, Indic
        • Sandstone sculpture, Mathurā
        • Sandstone sculpture, Maurya
        • Sandstone sculpture, Sarnath
        • Sandstone sculpture, Śuṅga
        • Sarnath school of art
        • Sauk-Suiattle Indians
        • Sawan Pavilion (Lal Qila, Delhi, India)
        • Schist sculpture, Indic
        • Sculpture, Sarnath
        • Sculpture, Śuṅga
        • Semendo (Indonesian people)
        • Senryu, Indonesian
        • Sexual intercourse in art
        • Shahi Hammam (Agra Fort, Agra, India)
        • Shalimar Garden (Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India)
        • Shiite poetry, Turkish
        • Shikharas
        • Silver doors
        • Skansen Kronan (Göteborg, Sweden)
        • Skansen Lejonet (Göteborg, Sweden)
        • Socles (Architecture)
        • Songs, Puget Sound Salish
        • Soqotri (Yemeni people)
        • Soqotri literature
        • Squaxin Island Indians
        • Squaxin Island Reservation (Wash.)
        • Srebrenica Massacre, Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1995
        • Srebrenica Massacre, Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1995, in literature
        • Srirangapatna Fort (Śrīraṅgapaṭṭaṇa, India)
        • Stepmothers in art
        • Swarga Brahma Temple (Ālampur, India)
        • Swinomish Reservation (Wash.)
        • Ṭāhirid dynasty, 1454-1517
        • Tapestry, Mogul Empire
        • Tehit (Indonesian people)
        • Temple of Goorneh (Thebes, Egypt)
        • Textile fabrics, Simalungun
        • Thai teachers
        • Thai teachers--Identity
        • Tha Lat Canal (Chachoengsao, Thailand)
        • Thailand--History--Coup d'état, 1977
        • Thap Muoi Plain (Vietnam and Cambodia)
        • Theodosius Dikilitaşı (Istanbul, Turkey)
        • Thrones in art
        • Tiger Cave (Saluvankuppam, India)
        • Tight junction proteins
        • Time-dependent density functional theory
        • Titanium-binding peptides
        • Torso (Anatomy)
        • Torso (Anatomy) in art
        • Treasuries (Buildings)
        • Tughlakabad Fort (New Delhi, India : Fort)
        • Tying (Manual training)
        • Uighur (Turkic people) in art
        • Vases, Korean
        • Vedibandhas
        • Victory in literature
        • Vietnam--Civilization--Mediterranean influences
        • Visual learning in animals
        • War dances
        • Water clusters
        • Water clusters--Structure
        • Water crimes
        • Water diversion in art
        • Web forms
        • Women dancers in art
        • Wood sculpture, Korean
        • Worship (Buddhism)
        • W̲SÁNEĆ Indians
        • XForms (Document markup language)
        • Yadavindra Gardens (Pinjaur, India)
        • Yakṣīs (Hindu deities)
        • Yakṣīs (Hindu deities) in art
        • Yoginīs in art