Classics

New Books in Classics for FY 2019

By Deborah Katz on May 4, 2019

Below is a long, long list of most all of the new books purchased on the Classics fund for FY 2019. Some titles have not yet arrived and I am happy to check on their status for you.   B171 .A47 2018 Ancient philosophy : textual paths and historical explorations / edited by Lorenzo Perilli, [...

New this Spring: Instruction Request Form!

By Amanda on February 1, 2019

Interested in incorporating the library in your course? Check out the updated instruction page, including the new instruction request form! The library is developing an Instruction and Information Literacy Program dedicated to helping faculty incorporate meaningful information literacy skills and...

New Books in Classics Added to WU Collection: April 2018 – October 2018

By Deborah Katz on October 3, 2018

            CALL # TITLE PUBLISHED B317 .A28 2017 Socrates mystagogos : initiation into inquiry / Don Adams. London   New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017. B317 .S6145 2018 Socrates and the Socratic dialogue / edited by Alessandro Stavru, Christophe...

Oxford Handbooks Online in Classical Studies – seven new titles purchased

By Deborah Katz on October 3, 2018

          Oxford Handbooks Online in Classical Studies brings together the world’s leading scholars to write review essays that evaluate the current thinking on a field or topic, and make an original argument about the future direction of the debate. Here is the lin...

Brill’s Jacoby Online — new subscription

By Deborah Katz on October 3, 2018

Thank you Professors Stamatopoulou and Keane for requesting access to the Brill Jacoby Online. In its new format, Jacoby Online consists of five sections. The  User Guide provides detailed descriptions of each section, and useful searching tips.   – Die Fragmente der Griechischen Histo...

Summer Institute in Papyrology

By joelminor on October 2, 2018

From the Chair of Classics, Dr. Catherine Keane: The 2018 Summer Institute in Papyrology (SIP), organized by the American Society of Papyrologists (ASP) and held in Olin Library Special Collections, represents a lasting investment in our important collection of papyri from Egypt. The papyri colle...

Humanities Research Hub: Workshop Series for Graduate Students in the Humanities

By Brian Vetruba on August 29, 2018

This fall, the Libraries will be holding a series of workshops specifically designed for advanced graduate students in the Humanities. These workshops will bring together experts from across the Libraries and WU campus to provide students with strategies and tools for success. Participants will h...

Open Textbook Network Includes (Some) Classical Works

By Deborah Katz on October 9, 2017

The Open Textbook Network includes three works in Classics that are easy to find; two texts of Cicero and one on Hannibal. A search on Greek and Latin also brought up titles that may be of interest to Classicists . Exploring the library contents through the search box yields worthwhile results.