CLS 421: ALEXANDER THE GREAT
Selected REFERENCE BOOKS in the Reference Room
Use these as points of departure--for overview information about your
project, to get ideas for your project, and most importantly, to get bibliographic information for
The Cambridge Ancient History
Ref. Room D 57 .C252, vols. 1-14
Historical Dictionary of Ancient Greek Warfare
Ref. Room U 33 .S64 2002
Oxford Dictionary of the Classical World
Who's Who in the Age of Alexander the Great: Prosopography of Alexander's Empire
Ref. Room DF 234.2 .H39 2006
Finding MODERN SCHOLARLY WORKS (1980 forward)
Arts and Humanities Citation Index
Indexes the world's leading arts and humanities journals, as well as selected articles from social science
and science journals. Coverage is 1980 to the present and includes articles, bibliographies, editorials, letters,
- International historical coverage, excluding the U.S. and Canada. Covers abstracts from 1955 to the present.
Indexes over 300 English-language periodicals covering classical studies, history, literature, performing arts,
philosophy, and related fields. Covers 1984 to the present.
Access to more than a thousand academic journals in 53 disciplines and over 1 million images, letters, and
other primary sources. Coverage of individual titles varies but can span 19th century through current year. Research
tip: scroll through the list of disciplines on the Advanced Search screen and select only those relevant to your
- Select the Books & More tab from the
Library home page. To find books for this class
use word, phrase, and subject terms relevant to your topic.
- When you discover a book of interest, select the "DETAILS" tab, and then the "FULL RECORD" tab to look at Subject
terms assigned to the book. Click on a subject term to find other books on your topic in the library.
- After you've searched the F&M Library Catalog for books on your topic, search
WorldCat for a broader view of books on your topic that are
held by other libraries in the world. Use the information in a book's WorldCat record to get it through
BORROWING FROM OTHER LIBRARIES
- Use E-Z Borrow to
get the book from another library in Pennsylvania.
- Use Interlibrary Loan to get the
book or article from another library anywhere.
Email Louise Kulp at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 717-291-4242
for further assistance, or fill out a research appointment request form to have an extremely helpful consultation designed just for you
and your project!
Created Sept. 2010, L. Kulp