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CLAS/ES 311: Environmental History (2019): Home

A guide to research for students in Professor Salowey's class, by Librarians Maryke Barber and Rebecca Seipp

Ancient Sites

Welcome! This course guide will offer you a variety of avenues to find useful and reliable information from high-quality sources to support your assignment. Use the tabs above to locate resources by type of material, and don't forget to ask a librarian if you'd like some help :)

To explore ancient sites and regions, you can:

  1. Look them up in the atlases;
  2. Look up the following in our dictionaries/encyclopedias: place, civilization, related names or terms;
  3. Find books on your place, civilization and culture;
  4. Find journal articles on your place, civilization and culture;
  5. And check them out on the web.

Ask The Librarian

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Rebecca Seipp
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seipprl@hollins.edu
MSIS, Information Science
The University of Texas at Austin
BA, History
Southwestern University
540.362.6328