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HIST101H Early Western Civilization: Home

Research resources for Dr. Handyside's students.

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Off-Campus Access

Off-campus access to databases and journals is available to current Stetson students. Follow the link below for login instructions: 

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A print copy of the Chicago Manual of Style is also available at the front desk in the library.

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Getting Started: Reference Databases

Finding Scholarly Articles

Finding Books

Our books are organized according to the Library of Congress Classification system, which arranges items by subject. We have a mix of print books (mostly on the 2nd floor of the library) and e-books (accessible through OneSearch or the Catalog). 

World History books have call numbers that start with "D." Below is a sample of call number ranges that may be helpful for your research in this class:

D51-90 Ancient history

D111-203 Medieval history 

D900-2009 Europe (General) 

DE1-100 History of the Greco-Roman world 

DF10-289 Ancient Greece 

DG11-365 Ancient Italy. Rome to 476 

DS41-66 Middle East

DS67-79.9 Iraq (Assyria, Babylonia, Mesopotamia)  

DT56.8-69.5 Egypt- Antiquities 


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