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These guides offer lists of print and electronic resources, information on how to search several of the databases, and strategies to use when doing research in the UC Classics Library. 

Classical Studies: Sources
Useful Links in Classics
Research Strategies in Classics 

Tytus Fellows

Academic Year 2019-2020

  • Diamantis Panagiotopoulos (University of Heidelberg, Germany) - A Minoan heterotopia in Egypt(?). On the toreador frescoes at Tell el-Dab‘a.
  • Giada Giudice (University of Catania, Italy) - Attic Figured Pottery from the Votive Deposit of Mannella in Locri Epizefiri Persephoneion.
  • Richard Fernando Buxton (Colorado College) - The Hoplite Class as a Complex Category in Greek Thought.
  • Kenneth Sheedy (Macquarie University) - “A spring of silver, a treasury in the earth”: coinage and wealth in archaic Athens.
  • Sandra Šćepanović (University of Belgrade, Serbia) - Empedocles on time and eternity: a contextual and historical analysis of expressions, imagery, and philosophical significance. 
  • Constantinos Paschalidis (National Archaeology Museum, Athens) - Shaft Graves IV and V in Grave Circle A at Mycenae: The burials, the individual groups of objects and the case of the ‘Prince with the Battle Krater’.

Classics Library News

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In consultation with university administration, and with the knowledge that diligent social distancing is critical in slowing and stopping the spread of COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to close all UC Libraries locations effective 5pm, Monday, March 16 until further notice. The only exception to this will be the Donald C. Harrison Health […]


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Effective 5pm, Monday, March 16 all UC Libraries locations will close until further notice.

UC Classicists: While the physical library is closed, you will unfortunately not be able to check references in the printed collections. Therefore, you may want to use this time to read the many books you have checked out and do some thinking and writing, noting references on which to follow up after the library reopens. Also, know that there is a huge number of journals, books, ancient texts, editions, etc., available online. I can help you find these sources, assist with research questions, give advice on texts and editions, read drafts of papers and dissertations, and anything else with which you might need help. Contact: Rebecka Lindau lindaura@ucmail.uc.edu


Contact and Address

Blegen Library Building

The John Miller Burnam Classics Library
417 Blegen Library | University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0191
U.S.A.
Contact:
Rebecka Lindau (lindaura@ucmail.uc.edu) for reference/research/collection-related questions;
Mike Braunlin (braunlml@ucmail.uc.edu) for acquisitions-related questions;
Shannan Stewart (shannan.stewart@uc.edu) for circulation-related questions.

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