Taras Zvir in Religious Studies and Humanities Services has created a research guide on Medieval Philosophers. This guide is intended to become a starting point for students, scholars, and researches to philosophers of medieval times (AD 400 – 1400). It lists prime sources and selected secondary sources, and any other applicable materials on a given philosopher such as companions, biographies, or bibliographies.
Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO) provides full-text, fully searchable content from a wide range of primary sources for the “long” 19th century, 1789-1914. NCCO indexes the full text of books, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts, maps, diaries, photographs, statistics, literature, government reports, treaties, and other kinds of documents in both Western and non-Western languages. Released incrementally beginning in 2012, NCCO’s first four topical collections include: British Politics and Society; Asia and the West: Diplomacy and Cultural Exchange; British Theatre, Music, and Literature: High and Popular Culture; and European Literature, 1790-1840: The Corvey Collection.
‘Fragments of Old Comedy,’ edited by Ian Storey and Jeffrey Henderson and covering a number of ancient Greek poets, has been published in volumes 513-515 of the Loeb Classical Library. With few exceptions, the Greek text is taken from Poetae Comici Graeci. The volumes are on the shelf in the Greek and Latin Seminar Room.
As an aside, the Loeb Classical Library will be moving online in 2013.
The MARC records for 3,842 titles found in the Library of Latin Texts (Series A and B) have been added to the library catalog. Special thanks to Kristen Frederickson, Information Processing Librarian, for uploading the records.
You can search the catalog using a title search or a keyword search using ‘Library of Latin Texts’. Each catalog record contains a link directly to the work in the Library. Most of the works come from the print series, Corpus Christianorum Series Latina and Continuatio Mediaevalis as well as selections from the Teubneriana series.
The library science students in the course “Humanities Information” (LSC634) have created research guides to the following subjects:
Architect Aesthetics (Elizabeth Dodson)
Chaucer (Jessica Sprigings)
Christian Iconography and Architecture (Madison Bolls)
Modern Art (Viveca Pattison)
Mythology (Cecilia Cho)
Renaissance Art (Elizabeth Deegan)
The students and instructor have created a poster that details their experiences working on this unique collaborative project between SLIS and CUA Libraries. The poster will be presented at the SLIS Bridging the Spectrum Symposium on February 25, 2011 .
For any questions, please contact Kevin Gunn, Coordinator of Religious Studies and Humanities Services and the instructor for LSC634.
The guides were created by Samantha Saporito, GLP and edited by Kevin Gunn, Coordinator of Religious Studies and Humanities Services. Faculty suggestions came from our Renaissance scholars Professors Michael Mack, Daniel Gibbons, Todd Lidh, Tobias Gregory, and Patrick Tuite.
If you have any questions about the guides or would like to suggest topics for new guides, please contact Kevin Gunn at extension 5088 or email@example.com.