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Année Philologique Restricted Resource openURL
Indexes journal articles, essays and conference proceedings in the field of classical studies. International coverage; 1924 - present.
Humanities Full Text [H.W. Wilson / EBSCO] Restricted Resource Some full text availableopenURL
Indexes journals in the disciplines of archaeology and classical studies, art, folklore, history, language and literature, literary criticism, music and performing arts, philosophy, and religion; includes over 320 full text journals; 1984 - present.
JSTOR Restricted Resource Some full text availableopenURL
Full text backfiles of over 2,500 core scholarly journals in humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Includes 16 current titles. For all other titles, JSTOR does not contain the most recent 1-7 years of content. Many of these titles are continued in the Library's print and/or electronic subscriptions. Check the Journal Finder for complete holdings information.
Project Muse Restricted Resource Some full text available
Full-text current and archival articles from 660+ scholarly journals from major university presses covering literature and criticism, history, performing arts, cultural studies, education, philosophy, political science, gender studies, and more. The Library's subscription also includes over 7,000 e-books. Updated continually.


Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed.
Print Location: On Reserve & at the Information Desk Restricted Resource
Widely used style manual, particularly in history, art history, anthropology, and philosophy. Depending on the discipline, it provides for either author-date or footnote-style citations. 
A quick reference version is also available online.
Online Writing Lab at Purdue - Chicago Manual of Style
From Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL). Highly recommended.
Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives within the Firefox (3.0+) web browser. Zotero allows you to automatically import references from online catalogs and databases, as well as open websites like Amazon, newspaper sites, blogs, even Flickr and Youtube. It also allows you to save pdf's, images, and other files along with the reference information. You can then easily create automatically formatted bibliographies and in-text citations from your library of references. Zotero is a production of the Center for History and New Media and George Mason University.

2.0 Version
The new 2.0 version now supports syncing your account between computers, and offers the possibility of creating collaborative group collections.

Some Limitations
Please note that Zotero is only supported with Firefox (not Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, etc), and it only runs within your computer's browser (it is not web-based, though the new version does offer web-syncing). If you prefer another browser, or if you often move between multiple computers, RefWorks might be a better choice for your citation management.

Zotero provides excellent documentation about how to install, set-up, and use its different functionality.

More Help & Training Sessions
For any questions, to learn more about Zotero, or to set up an in-class training session, please contact a Research Librarian.
Subject Specialist
Picture: Daniel Becker

Daniel Becker
Humanities Liaison
Tel: x5601

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