These resources can help you come up with dates, names, additional vocabulary and variant spellings for your research. They can also help you develop a better understanding of your topic or give you ideas for comparisons and contrasts.
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Browse books in Libraries' collections by call number
If you are finding your references to journal articles or books from other books and articles--look them up in Articles+ or the Franklin Catalog.
If you are searching databases, look for the icon:
When Searching Google Scholar, look for "full text via Penn Text" or click on the and look for "Penntext"
Find your books on the shelves --Van Pelt, Fine Arts, Museum libraries
** Use Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center, but also the Museum Library and the Fine Arts Library
Librarian for Classical Studies
stuhrreb @ pobox upenn edu
Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center, 218
What if the book you are looking for is checked out or worse yet missing? You have access to the collections of all of the Ivy League libraries (Borrow Direct), all of the Pennsylvania and surrounding libraries (EZ Borrow), and in fact most of the libraries in this country (ILL). We have access to more than a billion journal and newspaper articles and book chapters, but we don't have access to all of them. What do you do when doesn't connect you to the article. It can be as easy as clicking the "get it" button:
To learn more about all of your options, visit a guide that describes EZ Borrow, Borrow Direct, ILL, and more.
Since the pandemic, we have extensively expanded our electronic book collection for Oxford, Cambridge, Bloomsbury, De Gruyter, Brill, and more.
Old Corinth. The Ruins of Old Corinth. From the Collections
at the Library of Congress
For information on using different citation management tools connect to: http://guides.library.upenn.edu/citationmgmt
Access Penn's subscription to the Chicago Manuel Online
For good examples for a variety of formats see the Excelsior Owl formatting guides connect to: