• Fine Arts,  Language,  Research

    Dear Latin Review,

    Great to see you!   Classical mythology in art project due after mid-Winter?   The research guide contains suggestions to library-purchased image and art databases as well as reliable sources for the script. Questions?  Thoughts?  Please be in touch!  

  • History,  Language,  Research

    Dear Latin 2,

    Great to see you! Creating a resume for your selected Caesar? The Latin II research guide suggests library eCollections that support biographical Caesar research, including: Biography in Context, Gale Virtual Reference Library and of course, the Suetonius eBook, “The Twelve Caesars.” Questions or thoughts about your Caesar research?  Be in touch!    

  • History,  Language,  Literature,  Research

    Loeb Classical Library – 1 year in.

    Last year the library began its subscription to the Loeb Classical Library.   Over this past year the Loeb eBooks have been opened 1411 times in this inaugural year, (with 715 of those being in the month of October 2015).   A measure of Classics students diligent research? 🙂   Our Loeb sales associate also shares these good things to look forward to:   “Upcoming additions to the Library include Galen’s On the Constitution of the Art of Medicine, The Art of Medicine, and A Method of Medicine to Glaucon, and new editions of works by Appian, Augustine, Caesar, and Livy.” Digital Loeb Classical Library – Now Online. Prod. Harvard University…

  • Geography,  History,  Language,  Periodicals,  Research

    Dear Latin Review,

    Great to see you in the Schoolhouse earlier! Here’s the research guide for locating library research content about Ancient Roman culture. As we talked about, Ebsco’s new Explora interface is a great place to find many source types on a given topic, including: digitized magazines, newspapers, journal articles, eBook content and possibly even AP newsreels.  

  • History,  Language,  Literature

    Dear Latin 4,

    Great to see you the other day! Here’s the link to your project research guide: Latin 4: Ovid-Telling and Retelling. And here’s a direct link to the complete Loeb Classical Library we used in class. Please be in touch with any research questions or conundrums!  🙂